I will provide this information to an Engineer for review.
We had started investigating on this issue.
While you had migrated the project to newer version, the PSoC Creator will ask you to archive the project.
This can be found inside the archive folder. You can unzip this and open the project in previous version.
This was never started in 3.3. It was started in 4.0, migrated to 4.1.
I went all the way back to 3.3 because 4.0 was still too slow for my tastes. I had to recreate the design completely, because you can't cut and paste backwards, and you cant open projects from other versions of PSOC creator backwards in time.
Some of that situation I understand why, some of it I do not understand why. It really does not matter, it just is, and no amount of being concerned will make any difference. It is what it is.
Eventually it won't matter because I am confident you will fix the debug issues with 4.1. At that point, I can probably not use 3.3, and be happy with 4.1.
Hi Jobin, any news on this? For me, it seems that since 4.x debugging is extremely slow when using watches on arrays. This was faster in 3.x. There a other forum topics which have the same issue.
We tried reproducing the array watch issue, but the debugging seems normal. Can you please attach a project where this can be reproduced.
Attaching a project. Put 'Add watch' on array 'arr'. See there is no issue in the debugging, tested in PSoC Creator 4.1 update 1.
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