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Rei Vilo

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  1. The RAM of an MCU can’t be expanded. Go for another LaunchPad with a more capable MCU.
  2. Have you checked the thread Porting an Arduino library to Energia? Keep in mind the MSP430G2553 has very limited RAM, 512 bytes, too limited for your project.
  3. Please avoid duplicate posts — If no one answers, it might be no one uses that specific screen
  4. Just have a look and use the examples provided with the EasyLink library. They work fine.
  5. The radio of the CC1310 is sub-1 GHZ, not WiFi. Look for the EasyLink library.
  6. Go through the examples available on the Energia menu File > Examples > 02. Digital.
  7. Rei Vilo

    ? and its use

    See http://www.cplusplus.com/forum/beginner/181870/
  8. We are missing critical information to be able to help you. Please refer to Netiquette for Newbies Information to Provide When Asking for Help
  9. Flash has only a limited life-span of write/read cycles. Consider instead a micro SD-card or a MSP430 with FRAM memory.
  10. Edit the file /Applications/Energia.app/Contents/Java/hardware/energia/msp430/platform.txt Change tools.mspdebug.upload.pattern={cmd.path} {upload.verbose} {upload.protocol} --force-reset "prog '{build.path}/{build.project_name}.hex'" for tools.mspdebug.program.pattern={cmd.path} {program.verbose} {protocol} --force-reset "prog {build.path}/{build.project_name}.hex" Note the switch between single and double quotes.
  11. Same here, upload fails with Energia 1.8.10E23 on macOS. This only impacts the MSP430s with mspdebug as uploader. Energia generates ~/Library/Energia15/packages/energia/tools/mspdebug/0.24/mspdebug rf2500 --force-reset prog '/var/folders/wn/n7qqb8ss0k3bvpqwfcdwp_7r0000gn/T/arduino_build_280546/Blink.ino.hex’ and it should be ~/Library/Energia15/packages/energia/tools/mspdebug/0.24/mspdebug rf2500 --force-reset 'prog /var/folders/wn/n7qqb8ss0k3bvpqwfcdwp_7r0000gn/T/arduino_build_280546/Blink.ino.hex’ Note the ‘ before prog, not after. I opened a ticket at https://github.com/energia/Energia/issues/1053
  12. Take a look at the example code software for the TRF7970A NFC BoosterPack You'd need to adapt it to Energia.
  13. Which exact MSP430 MCU are you using? If it is the MSP430G2553, it only has one serial UART. You should consider other MSP430 with 2 UART ports instead. Additionally, the MSP430 runs at 3.3 V, not 5 V. You may need logic level converters to connect the serial device.
  14. 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.
  15. It’s 10:08pm here in Europe, so I guess the correct answer is next year!
  16. 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.
  17. 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.
  18. 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
  19. Yes, this is a bug, sorry a feature of the MSP-EXP430G2ET!
  20. 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?
  21. 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.
  22. Have a look at the Weather Sensors Library available at https://github.com/rei-vilo/SensorsWeather_Library
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