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PSoC Creator 101 Feedback

Summary: 2 Replies, Latest post by Bob Marlowe on 21 Jul 2014 03:17 PM PDT
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rbyn's picture
Cypress Employee
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I'd like to thank you for watching the PSoC Creator 101 videos.  I hope you've found the information useful to getting started with PSoC and PSoC Creator.  You can ask any questions you may have on the lessons in this forum.  We're happy to help you get started.


I'd love to hear from you on what lessons you'd like to see next or if there are any changes you'd like to see in our format.  We are hopeing to do a second series toward the end of the year.  The current thought is a 201 series on Digital Design with the PSoC 4.  Let me know what you think.




Rory Davis's picture
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What is the recommended method to customize the default files - schematic, main.c, any .h or .c files added? How to make changes to reflect the company, designer, date, etc to comply with existing company formats and block layouts. Is it possible to insert macros in the template files to reflect date of original creation or other system data that would normally be entered at the time of creation?

I located the templates in the C:\Program Files\Cypress\ PSoC Creator\3.0\PSoC Creator\templates\projects\ and ..\templates\files\, are these the correct ones?  Are there other files that can be customized for the particular user requirements?

I could not find this in any documentation. Is there a knowledge base article or appnote for this?


user_1377889's picture
9296 posts

The template-files are marked as read-only and when there comes a new version you have to set them anew manually.

To my personal disapointment there are no macros available, I would like to see one injecting some code (#ifndef Sybolname, #define Symbolname and the closing #endif) in the .h files.


There is no usual structure for company, author and copyright, so every company will have to develop its own file-headers.


Happy coding


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