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  1. Check there is no conflict between the BoosterPacks with https://dev.ti.com/bpchecker/.
  2. You can try and edit the platform.txt file and set a different version for C and C++. However, this may rise conflicts with the default libraries, as they target an older version of C and C++. For more advanced use of the Energia SDK, I would recommend using Code Composer Studio.
  3. The MSP432P4111 package doesn't include the libraries folder with the WiFi library. Create the directory ~/Users/ReiVilo/Library/Energia15/packages/energia/hardware/msp432p/5.29.0-beta1/libraries Copy the folder ~/Library/Energia15/packages/energia/hardware/msp432r/5.29.0/libraries/WiFi under ~/Users/ReiVilo/Library/Energia15/packages/energia/hardware/msp432p/5.29.0-beta1/libraries to obtain ~/Users/ReiVilo/Library/Energia15/packages/energia/hardware/msp432p/5.29.0-beta1/libraries/WiFi The paths mentioned above are for macOS. They might differ for Windows and Linux. Compiling the SimpleWebServerWiFi example was successful but I don't have the hardware LaunchPad MSP432P4111 + BoosterPack CC3100 to proceed with the tests.
  4. If you're using Energia for the MSP430, you can easily port it to chipKIT as both platforms are supported by the Arduino SDK. However, you should stick with high-level libraries like SPI and Wire instead of register-level commands. Please refer to Porting an Arduino library to Energia for some pointers.
  5. You could try editing platform.txt again and changing compiler.c.elf.extra_flags="-L{runtime.tools.msp430-elf-gcc.path}/msp430-gcc-support-files/include" for compiler.c.elf.extra_flags="-L{runtime.tools.msp430-elf-gcc.path}/msp430-gcc-support-files/include" -Wl,--cref -Wl,--print-map
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    BME280

    @Abdul400 There is no need to post the same question multiple times, as already at Please refer to: Netiquette for Newbies Porting an Arduino library to Energia
  7. You could use a library designed for Arduino. See Porting an Arduino library to Energia
  8. Have a look at this branch of the MSP430 with the Build instructions. It works great and allow to use the whole memory. Very useful with the 256 KB MSP430FR5994.
  9. I tried various times to adapt and develop a library for the BMI160 + BMM150 sensors on Energia, alas without succeeding. The example included in the SAIL SDK works fine, although it is pure C and aimed at Code Composer Studio. https://www.ti.com/tool/download/SIMPLELINK-SDK-SENSOR-ACTUATOR-PLUGIN The documentation provided by Bosch is very poor and marred with errors. Should you need a ready-to-use IMU, I strongly recommend the Bosch BNO055, which includes an MCU and provides ready-to-read angles, quarternions and alike.
  10. I’ve developed the Master I²C Software Library. Please refer to the home page, the GitHub repository and the thread in this very forum.
  11. It seems you’re using Windows: that is the standard behaviour.
  12. Check the I²C port selected, there are two and they differ from non-ET and ET LaunchPad boards.
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