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  1. Have a look at the Read Me file on the New Compiler branch of the MSP430 core repository. Also of interest, Install release 7.3.1 of the GCC tool-chain for MSP430.
  2. It’s 10:08pm here in Europe, so I guess the correct answer is next year!
  3. Most of the LaunchPad boards of the SimpleLink range include an XDS110 programmer-debugger. The XDS110 programmer-debugger brings interesting options like selecting one board among many for uploading and debugging. Release 11.4.8 of embedXcode+ improves support for the XDS110 programmer-debugger. Please refer to Select among multiple boards connected through XDS110 and Upload to LaunchPad boards with XDS110.
  4. When using the XDS110 programmer of a LaunchPad, you obviously need to remove all the jumpers. Similarly, if you're considering mass production, you should use professional tools for batch programming.
  5. There are many options. use the programmer-debugger of another LaunchPad use a third-party programmer-debugger like the Segger J-Link or the TI XDS110 Obviously, your board needs to feature a 5x2 0.05" SWD connector. Similarly, you may need to use specific software, like the Segger J-Link tools or OpenOCD Learn more at https://embeddedcomputing.weebly.com/xds110-debug-probe-with-energytrace8203.html and https://embeddedcomputing.weebly.com/segger-j-link-with-launchpad-msp432.html
  6. Yes, this is a bug, sorry a feature of the MSP-EXP430G2ET!
  7. You're lucky, you're using a library which is fully documented, so RTFM (link)! Otherwise, just have a look at the header file. /// /// @brief Constructor /// @note For Sharp Memory LCD BoosterPack /// @param model default=SHARP_96 for compatibility, SHARP_128 /// @code /// LCD_SharpBoosterPack_SPI myScreen(SHARP_96); /// @endcode /// LCD_SharpBoosterPack_SPI(uint8_t model = SHARP_96); Are you specifying which screen you want to use?
  8. Possible reasons: The ti/mw/sensors/SensorBmp280.h library is not designed for Energia. Other files may be needed. That's why I've recommended the Weather Sensors Library designed for Energia. I haven't read any mention to the Weather Sensors Library library before on this thread. For the ti/mw/sensors/SensorBmp280.h library, you may ask the E2E forum directly.
  9. Have a look at the Weather Sensors Library available at https://github.com/rei-vilo/SensorsWeather_Library
  10. Have you tried? It is that simple. But you may want to convert it into mV. See https://e2e.ti.com/support/wireless-connectivity/bluetooth/f/538/p/480930/1732219 The same code works on the CC1352 as well.
  11. Have a look at the AON always on functions on SWCU117H Chapter 18 Battery Monitor and Temperature Sensor.
  12. You can get some tips from a similar project, Sub-1 GHz Radio Mobile Measurement with LCD Display.
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