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Hi Everyone! I've just received a Tiva C launchpad and was wondering if you are able to write C code in Energia or if you have to use their Processing-based language? And if not, is there a way to use just write C code on Mac OS X (with or without an IDE) and upload it to the device? After a quick search of this forum and Google, most C compilers are meant for a Windows environment and I haven't been able to find much information for OS X other than Energia or possibly embedXCode. Thanks, Miles
Hello. New here and having trouble getting my Mac Mini (10.12) to recognise the 3200 LauchpadXL. Other non-TI boards and FTDI adaptors show up fine in Arduino/Energia. Anybody got experience of why the port would not show? No obvious devices are showing in /dev Many thanks.
Hello, now I've updated OSX to 10.9.2, problems with serial port are solved, now I've another nasty problem: On some circumstances I get kernel panic while uploading or even open energia with launchpad tiva connected. Under 10.6. i didn't have kernel panic once. This problem also occurs on the the arduino IDE, but might be solved with 1.5.2 r2: Fixed in 1.5.6 by replacing RXTX with JSSC So do energia using RXTX or JSSC? Here is the issue from github: https://github.com/arduino/Arduino/issues/350 https://github.com/arduino/Arduino/issues/1656
Hey All - pretty new here to Energia, but have run across an issue that I can't seem to troubleshoot. I'm running the following: OSX 10.9.4 with Energia 0101E0012 Stellaris Launchpad LM4F120H5QR The first upload always works fine, but following uploads to the device will randomly restart OSX. No warning, just a momentary mouse freeze, black screen and system restart when the progress bar gets to 50%. Serial Port is dev/tty.usbmodem0E102F71 (only option available). Bluetooth is turned off. This has occurred with all different types of 'code' as well - from built in examples to things I wrote myself. Thanks in advance for any advice any of you may have!