I have been trying to get the Arduino Library built in DipTrace given that it seems I am the odd man out when it comes to available schematics and PCB files for the existing ecosystem.
I have historically worked with DipTrace for all my home and hobby projects. I latched on to DipTrace many years ago for the cost and the ease of use of its user interface. I am not related or have any stake in DipTrace. This is purely my personal opinion.
Having said that, I had to start with at least the board outline and the connector placements. I took the designs published on http://arduino.cc/en/Main/ArduinoProtoShield and just ported the outline and the placement of the main headers.
I am going to try and carve out some time to port the major components and circuits and build up the DipTrace-based Arduino platform for PSoC. If you have any components, any material you have already done with DipTrace which might help accelerate, let me know.