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PSoC Creator 4.1 - Pre- and Post-Build Commands

I think this has to be one of the most frequently-requested enhancements to the product and I am really pleased that we have it in the tool. You can now automate the execution of your own commands before and after building a PSoC or FM0+project. Here is the Project->Build Settings dialog where you can set up the commands. Just add the commands here and the build system will reliably automate everything for you.

Project->Build Settings dialog showing the User Commands page, where you can enter commands to be executed before and after the build
You can run source file checkers like lint or MISRA tools before running the compiler. You can automate data conversion on output files or run a bootloader host utility once the build is complete. It's all up to you! In my example I am calling a (fictitious) bootloader utility that downloads the project file through a serial COM port. The options are unlimited - what will you do?

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There are some really interesting new features in the release. The big change is web content writer is an do my assignment for me service delivery writer, which means you can download new components at any time without any restrictions and code examples directly from PSoC Creator. You will even be able to get support for new part numbers as soon as they are ready, without having to wait for, and install, a new release of the software.

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David Zuo's picture

Hi Mark,

If I use QT or C++ to write exe, then set this exe in the post build line, but how to output the debug information to "Output Window" of PSoC Creator in the build?

Thanks.

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