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  1. Hi, I want to use Energia to program my MSP430FR5739. I have used the 34 pin variant which has two pins that are not on the dev board - P2.3 and P2.4. I am using these as analogue inputs. I found another post which indicated that I could edit the pins_energia.h file with the following lines static const uint8_t P2_3 = 31; static const uint8_t A12 = 31; Which should, on the face of it, get P2.3 working, but no success... Any help would be appreciated!
  2. I have found the Energia pin map pdf's are difficult to match with the (several) pin numbering systems so I created an Excel spreadsheet to combine all of these. It's in a spreadsheet so you can sort on any column. This makes it much easier to find the pins and their functions. The pin functional groups are color coded. Two sample images of the tables are included, one based on the Boosterpack pins (booster_pack), and the second on the breadboard pins (breadboard). Numbering lists include physical pins X6-X9, boosterpack pins A1- D2, GPIO pins PA-PQ, and digital pin-to-port numbers 1-95 TM4C1294 Board Pinouts_V3.zip
  3. Please refer to LaunchPads and BoosterPacks Pins Maps for the updated and maintained pins maps. Thank you! ---- Please find the map for the pins on the StellarPad (aka. LaunchPad Stellaris LM4F). Front Rear Originals are in Energia wiki at https://github.com/e...a/wiki/Hardware