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  1. NatureTM

    CCS is coming to linux

    http://e2e.ti.com/support/development_t ... 61266.aspx
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  2. Aside from the software i2c that are available here and on TI's code examples, you could, depending on your project, share the USCI B pins between spi and i2c. As long as the SPI enable pin is not driven low, then the spi chip on the pins will ignore any data being passed on it (You might want to make sure that the spi chip has high impedance inputs when spi enable is not enabled). The i2c chip should also ignore any data until it sees a i2c start (or stop) condition, which is defined as rising or falling edges on the data line while the clock line is kept high. The i2c's sda and scl share
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