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  1. Yes, it will be in the next release. Unfortunately this is taking a lot longer than anticipated due to the fact that we are making it compatible with both the new (msp430-elf-gcc and the old msp430-gcc).
  2. Yes, you will have to call Serial.begin(), Wire.begin(), pinMode(), etc after you come out of sleep. You of course only need to reinitialize those you plan on using after you come out of sleep.
  3. I would recommend using write(const uint8_t *buffer, size_t size). Maximum buffer size that can be send with write(const uint8_t *buffer, size_t size) is 1460 bytes. Robert
  4. SoftwareSerial is not compatible with the CC3200. You can use Serial1.xyz. Serial1 is on pins 9 and 10. See pinmap here: http://energia.nu/pin-maps/guide_cc3200launchpad/
  5. If you are asking about what the multi tasking feature is then please see here: http://energia.nu/guide/multitasking/
  6. Currently the CC3200 EMT is not available as EMT target other than a few folks that I have enabled with a beta. I should be able to release this in the next week or so.
  7. I did not see a question in the post other then the title. Can you please provide more information on what the question / issue is?
  8. After evaluating the new gcc (msp430-elf-gcc) we concluded that the size of the program the compiler produces is to large to be considered for Energia use. It will be worked on later this year though.
  9. There are no interrupt priorities on the CC3200. All have the same priority.
  10. This one https://github.com/sparkfun/SparkFun_MPU-9250-DMP_Arduino_Library seems to compile but does not link due to the FR5739 having to little FRAM to accommodate the library. You might be able to trim the library down a bit to make it fit in the 16K of FRAM.
  11. This will not be available for a while. The currently used MSP430 compiler does not support it and the upcoming compiler is not quite there yet to be consumed by Energia.
  12. Jumpers are the little black thingies that slide over 2 pins. If they are present it means they are installed if not then they are not installed. There are white labels on the board. The MSP_PWR is located near the red reset switch.
  13. Also make sure that the MSP_PWR jumper is installed.
  14. Very odd. Just to make sure, all all the jumpers installed next to the word EMULATION. It has the folling jumpers in that row: VCC, TXD, RXD, RST and TEST. I have had some issues with users that had the VCC jumper removed. The program will still upload but will not execute.
  15. Could be but I doubt it since it uploads fine. Can you try the ASCIITable example under Communication. Make sure you that you change Serial.begin(115200) to Serial.begin(9600). This MSP is board is only capable of outputting Serial with 9600 baud. Then select the Serial port under Tools->Port (should be something like "/dev/cu.uart-69FF427A4D065125"). Then open the Serial monitor and make sure that the baud rate is set to 9600 in the lower right corner. Then press the little reset button near the RF3 header. It might take a couple seconds for the Serial output to show the output.