I guess you don't understand. The PSoC Creator component has two parts. The first part is the symbol, which is a façade for the information behind it. This information includes pins, various pieces written in verilog source code, and (possibly) C source code for the Cortex arm processor. This information is hidden inside the "component," but the PSoC documentation indicates that components can be edited. I have done that in the past with previous versions of PSoC Creator. However, that ability is more difficult with PSoC Creator 4.1, I am trying to find out how to look at a component verilog, pins, etc.
In the case of the "emFile" component, it also has a third party, proprietary, library that is linked with the project using the linker loading a third party library, set in the Build properties. I am well aware that Cypress does not have that source code.
I am well aware that Segger owns and has hidden the source code to this component. I can obviously infer that the library source code was not part of the licensing agreement that Cypress signed with Segger.
I want to be able to edit the component, not look at the library source code.
I hope this information helps you, Ank.
Thank you Jobin!
That was *exactly* what I was looking for!