Bobs answer confirmed, from tech support -
Enabling of RxCmdBuffer does not involve a register,It uses a constant definition as given below and hence it cannot be changed at run time.
RX8_1_RXBUF_ENABLE: equ 1 //Enabling Command Buffer
RX8_1_CMD_TERM: equ dh //Command Terminator
You can find this in inc file of Rx8
Please let me know if you need more details/have further queries.
Did it really take 8 days to get an answer? It has been much faster before.
Thanks Dana, We better stick with Bob! He beats 8 days anytime. :)
Dana's request for a MyCase was not a bad try: Sometimes some users request a similar change and sometimes Cypress has got a hand-wovwen solution, workaround or a qnd (Quick 'n Dirty) approach already out-of-the shelf. I presume the long delay had to do with some exhibitions taking place at that time binding a lot of manpower.
The underlying reason CASE filed is so much of the PSOC architecture
has a foundation of registers to configure the HW, so it was just to confirm
there was no register available for the termination problem. Also the
documentation, like TRM, is not perfect, kind of like finding buried cables
and pipes in a city. There are docs, drawings, but they are imperfect at best.
Kind of a cross check,. Eioght days is an abnormal response time, overnight more
typical for Cypress tech CASE response time.