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  1. Entry to the December 2010 contest is open. This is an opportunity for you to show off what you can do with the MSP430. The 43oh community forum has been growing both with good discussions and members. The project section of the forum as well as the Blog has a lot of project ideas you can base your submission on. Feel free to ask questions about the project on the forum. Previous Contests November 2010 [ Announce] [ Winner] Now for the prize: Winner : A $20 Sparkfun gift certificate. You can finally get that thingy you were eyeing on. Runner up :[J]bremnant has been kind enough to d
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  2. Yes, It's allowed. That will be in the rules.
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  3. i haven't got a chance to port the assembler and try it yet. but if u have a "c" and a "asm" source, i would rename the .asm to .s and use $GCCBIN/msp430-gcc -D_GNU_ASSEMBLER_ -x assembler-with-cpp -c dco_lib.s -o dco_lib.o $GCCBIN/msp430-gcc -Os -mmcu=msp430x2013 -c setdco.c -o setdco.o $GCCBIN/msp430-gcc -mmcu=msp430x2013 -o setdco.elf dco_lib.o setdco.o or something similar this may or may not work, depending on how the assembly was coded (it's machine level now), may require tweaks. but you can do $GCCBIN/msp430-objdump -DS setdco.elf > setdco.lst and get a list
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