I've previously tried V1.1 and I've just installed V2. At the moment I'm stuck on some basic questions and, to be honest, I think I'll be going back to PSoC Creator until ModusToolbox is a lot more mature.
1) In a project I created under V1.1 I could load the Configurator tool by selecting the 'Quick' link (which is no longer there) or double-clicking the 'design.modus' file. Now I get the error message: "Unable to find configurator information: make: *** No rule to make target `get_app_info'. Stop."
2) So I thought I might need to start a new project (in case the internal structure had changed and it was not automatically updated). When I click on "File > New" ModusToolbox IDE Application, I can no longer see the 'Custom Board' entry which I need
3) Even in V1.1 and still in V2 I cannot get any form of auto-complete and I cannoty find instructions on how to get this to work
4) Given an response in another top in this forum, I gather we need to write our own code to create interrupts but I find any suitable documentation. When I go to the "Documents" tab all I get is "Could not create the view: com.cypress.studio.views.quicklinks" and the "Details" button gives a Java exception
5) Is there any equivalent to the designer graphic display that lets us add our modules and then link them together? This is far more intuitive than just clicking boxed in the Configurator tool window (based on my experience with V1.1)
6) general plea: if we are expected to write a lot more of our own code then the documentation needs to be much closer to the standard that was in the components of the Creator app. That gave all of the APIs and a lot of code examples to show how to use it. The ModusToolbox documentation (again based on the V1.1 experience) looks more like the rubbish that Doxygen creates - that relies on the programmers writing decent documentation in the code and they generally only think about the parameters to a function and now how to write code that uses that function (no code examples etc); they are programmers and not technical writers!
(a very frustrated) Susan
(Edit: Actually I think the MacOS install might not be OK - I tried to compile the code from the V1.1 and I get error messages that it cannot find the GCC compiler.)