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Raphi, welcome in the forum and in the fascinating world of PSoCs!
The only tool needed to combine PLD and DataPath is VeriLog. You may use a single file to describe both parts of your component.
Did you already read the Component Author Guide?
What development kit are you using? And what do you want to perform with your component?
PS: I am located near Bremen, where do you live?
Thank you for your quick answer.
I read the Component Author Guide in this moment. And I watched some video Tutorials. Maybe I did not understand it right. But I thing that they differ between PLD based Components and Datapath based Components.
I do not want to perform something spezial in the moment, I want to compare the productivity of the PsoC with other FPGAs.
I am using the Development kit CY8CKIT- 001
PS: And Iam located near to stuttgart
Both UBD Editor and Datapath Configuration Tool deliver VeriLog output, the config tool additionally is ment to copy and paste the generated code into your own file. Did you already succeed in using the already configured components?
When configuring a Datapath for more than 8-bit width there are some helpful cheat-sheets, look here www.cypress.com/search.cfm
PS: Are you planning to visit "embedded world" in Nürnberg end of February
Yes I implemented some easy Functions with API Generation, Schematics and PLD based Components (Symbol Wizard). Now my next step is to implement some functions with Datapath based Components.
Sorry for asking again, but why I differ between PLD based Component and Datapath based Components?
When the most efficient way of programming ist to combine them?
I have a Verilog Code for both kinds of components. Does the PLD based components only use PLDs and does the Datapath components only use Datapaths?
I hope you undertsand my problem :)
I did not her something about the embedded world in Nürnberg. I very new in this topic :)
A component design may consist of PLD-design plus DataPath design all kept in a single Verilog file.
Ok Bob thank you very much