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Here's a great webinar on the topic of stack overflow from basics like stack sizing all the way to stack usage estimation and analysis, stack monitoring and stack overflow handling. Recording: Transcript: http://barrgroup.com/Embedded-Systems/How-To/Prevent-Detect-Stack-Overflow Found via the Embedded Muse newsletter.
waza posted a topic in Booster PacksHi all, I need to make a display with wireless interface. In this case, i use Anaren AIR CC2530, MSP430 Launchpad Value Line, and BCD Display I have succesfully connected my MSP430 Launchpad with ANAREN AIR. It is less problematic there. The problem is when i try to stack the BCD Display to launchpad (without Anaren AIR). It took me 1 week to notice that i need to remove jumper J5 to make the BCD display work. (The BCD display need P1.6 connector to be connected to the pin, not to the LED). After i make that jumper open, the display is now showing the graphics. Now, i need to stack Launchpad-Anaren AIR-BCD Display. I thought it would work without any modification. Unfortunately, the same code won't work for current stack setup. So i think there should be a port conflict problem again. How should i configure the port J1 and J2? So that i can use both the Anaren AIR and the BCD Display (it seems there is some port-conflict there, but i have no idea what port which is conflicting). Is there any jumper or variable in codes that i should notice? Update: I noticed the schematics that P1.6 and P1.7 is controlled by A2530 chip, which is used by the BCD Display. Is there any way to make P1.6 and P1.7 usable by MSP430 chip and not reserved by A2530 chip?