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Programming PSoC's is great, but the editor/debugger in Creator 2.0 is limited. I noticed the export to uVision which makes life probably easier, but are there updates to be expected of Creator 2.0 concerning the editor/debugger? An Eclipse plugin would be fantastic.
as you already mentioned, the export to Keil was definitely targeted to improve code navigation and debugging. We will include additional external tools (non-CY) in future releases of Creator and there will also be an Exclipse option coming up. Schedule for these improvements is end of 2012 with Creator 2.2
Any news about what to expect from 2.2 concerning target debugging and external tools?
I'm bound to use C++ with virtual functions, which does not work with the GCC compiler included in the PSoC Creator, and I'm trying to get by using eclipse + gnuarmeclipse + Code Sourcery Lite / Yagarto. Debugging is however still an issue.