How do we interpret '@INSTANCE_NAME'

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How do we interpret '@INSTANCE_NAME'

Postby NikhilGupta » Fri Aug 31, 2012 4:11 am

I had installed PSOC designer 5.2 and was looking at one of assembly file:

USB_std.asm (this is in /Cypress/PSoC Designer/5.2/common/cypresssemideviceeditor/data/stdum/bootldrusbfse/ver_1_0/)

How do you interpret '@INSTANCE_NAME' here in this file?

Usage is:

#include "'@INSTANCE_NAME'"

I tried assembling this file using psoc deginer 5.2, but getting an error that

Error ---- '@INSTANCE_NAME' file not found

I understand that this should be file. So I had placed file in my directory. But still getting this error.

Please help to understand this type of syntax.
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Re: How do we interpret '@INSTANCE_NAME'

Postby bobmarlowe » Fri Aug 31, 2012 7:51 am

You are playing around with a template-file that is used to create the needed sources. `@INSTANCE_NAME` is replaced with the component name (MyUSB, or whatever you name the component). This is method is used to generate the different APIs required for the different components. DO NOT CHANGE THESE FILES!!!
When you would like to know more about component creation, go to PSoC3/5 Creator 2.1 and have a look into the Component Author Guide.

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