You will also have to fix the dependencies for the bootloader as that is still
producing an error.
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http://www.cypress.com/?rID=56014 PSoC® 3, PSoC 4, and PSoC 5LP Introduction To Bootloaders
Thank you everyone, but even if the software is compiled, it doesn't work.
I followed your tips; for example to rename the component to "capsense" or to add the dependencies to the bootloader through the setting of UART_Bootloader (hex/elf files) into "bootlodable" component after insertion of project such as part of SCB_Bootloader sub-group example projects. So, with this tips the compiling round off, but it doesn't work still...
I even set up the Design-Wide Resources like this...
and in this picture I show you the physical connection from cap_panel (that I made) to the board http://goo.gl/EoFUDk .
I have no idea what is wrong. Could you help me?
CapSenseUSBX.cydsn.zip 1.6 MB
in main.c line 40 to 43 you have a dead-loop that just prints.
I forgot that loop for mistake; but it doesn't import, because it should have already commented before posting the zip file.
I apologize for this forgetfulness.
It was only a simple test for serial component, that hasn't worked to me... (with Putty...)
Anyway, if you delete the loop, the program doesn't work. Tomorrow, I shall try again...
Since you are not using the Pioneer Kit but the Prototype board the question is: Where do you have got the pcb patterns from to make a linear slider? How did you make the connections??
Just today, I improved my code and I solved some problem with Serial and CapSense, that now work (even if I think not properly...).
I made a simple linear pcb pattern with 5 rectangular pads on a piece of copper plate, that I painted to protect the touch zones. It work! But I'm looking for to improve the pattern.
It should have been used for a simple pattern of touch buttons, but I developed a linear slider to start from a known example.
If I solve all problems, I will post this project on my blog; this in the next future.
There is a video on PSoC Creator 101 series that explain a "similar" project...