Qt Compiles: Cute Shattering Sound When Compiler Upgrading

Rant I have some Qt code that has been compiling for about 8 years now. On Windows. On Linux. On Macintosh. The program is decently complex. Once I upgraded my Macintosh to Monterey, everything started falling apart. Qt complained it has not been tested under the SDK, and I...

PSOC5 Compile & Debug Using Slight Of Drive Hand

I have a very old MacBook pro (3,1), core 2 duo, OS X El Capitan. The core 2 duo is one of the first 64 bit processors. I wanted to use it as a kick-around machine for debugging in the lab during high temperature testing. Unfortunately, the current VSCode...

CY8CKit-059, PSOC5LP, VSCode, KitProg3, C++

KitProg3 now works with PSOC5LP, if you put lipstick on a debugger stub. I finally deciphered some of the issues regarding using KitProg3 with PSOC5LP. You have to promote a KitProg2 and use him for the job. TLDR; Cut off the KitProg stub from the 059 kit. Get a...

QtCreator, Android Studio, Emulators, UDP To Local Network

Android studio is a very sensitive IDE. If you frown while working with it, it breaks. Qt Creator is also sensitive, and the Qt Company’s internal divisions and constant direction changes are making that platform a bit dicey as of late. Google now has massively changed its requirements for...

Qt Creator, Android, Mac

Now for something totally different…. Note: No graphics on this set of instructions. In one of my previous posts, I showed how to work with PSOC5 with QtCreator, bare metal. In this post I will discuss my experience with actually getting QtCreator to do an android application. A “Hello...

CY8CKit-059 On Linux, Finally! Mac Monterey Issues.

If you have read the previous posts about debugging the PSOC5LP on the Macintosh, you have noticed that I have not approached working with Linux. Having a Mac environment was enough for me. Well, that changed recently. Monterey Upgrade Gotcha’s I upgraded/downgraded (take your pick) from Big Sur to...

CY8CKit-059, fw-loader, KitProg, KitProg2, KitProg3, Ugh.

I have commented on my path to getting to the point where the PSOC5LP can be used with the Macintosh (or Linux or Windows) without PSoC Creator except for the initial internal schematic based hardware design. As I have commented in the past, the WYSIWYG Graphic Design Tool for...

OneThinx, VSCode, Cortex-Debug GDB Deprecation

If you have read the previous posts and followed them, you have set up an environment to build and debug PSOC5LP code natively on a Mac, after creating the schematic in PSOC Creator. So, today, my VSCode updated itself. Suddenly two warnings popped up: WARNING: Cortex-Debug will deprecate use...

PSOC 5LP, Mac, C++, libm.a error (Updated)

I ran into an issue with the OneThinx pack for MacOs. For some reason, it can’t pick up the libm.a library when compiling on the Macintosh. The only reason I have time to fight this is that it helps during my day job, so I can document what is...

PSOC5LP and QT-Creator (Bare Metal)

If you have read the previous two posts, you know that Rolf Nooteboom of OneThinx has posted how to debug the PSOC5LP on Mac/Linux/Windows, only using PSOC Creator for the Warp Verilog design and compile cycle through the GUI schematic. I followed that and was able to get the...