3 Replies Latest reply on Dec 6, 2012 10:35 PM by anush.shet

    Could Cypress engineer confirm this

    ki.leung

      One Cypress emplyee mentioned a problem with PSoC5 compiler issue.

         

      Could Cypress engineer confirm this?

         

       http://www.cypress.com/?app=forum&id=2233&rID=70185&message=posted

        • 1. Re: Could Cypress engineer confirm this
          user_14586677

          Whip up a test case in PSOC Crator, this should take 5 minutes, just

             

           a thought. Creator and all modern tools allow for quick test case creation,

             

          and this is not a HW issue meaking it even easier.

             

           

             

          Regards, Dana.

          • 2. Re: Could Cypress engineer confirm this
            ki.leung

            I did not have THAT problem, so could not submit a case.

               

            It is just that we are going to release a product using PSoC5 when a Cypress employee claiming a fault of the compilier.

               

            While I think it is most likely a user's issue, I would like to know if Cypress knew of such case.

            • 3. Re: Could Cypress engineer confirm this
              anush.shet

              Apologize for not clarifying things here earlier. You have nothing to worry about PSoC 5 compiler. Later figured out that I was doing something wrong in my code . I was doing some wrong arithmetic operations on the array pointer for accessing the array elements which ended up in accessing memory locations beyond the array boundary. Bottom line - Take special care while dealing with pointers in your code!!