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  1. but I, for compliance with other platforms, use method from this: https://github.com/esp8266/Arduino#using-git-version
  2. I use arduino ide with latest cores for msp430/tivac/cc3200 This is my folders structure (inside arduino instalation directory): so, inside hardware folder I add: 1. energia directory and inside this dir I have git clones my fav cores (msp430/tivac/cc3200), 2. into existing directory tools I copy from new energia ide: - arm-none-eabi-gcc - cc3200prog - DSLite - msp430 I did a little fix inside platform.txt files for all cores...for e.g (msp430) - sorry but only hardcoded paths: - new line after version=x.x.x and before # AVR compile variables runtime.tools.msp430-
  3. @@chicken - as I wrote above F("zzz") is declared in WString.h as: #define F(string_literal) (reinterpret_cast<const __FlashStringHelper *>(PSTR(string_literal))) @@DanielPHuber - I don't know if F is necessary for MSP and even I don't go deep into it (FlashStringHelper or PSTR) if the library compiled and works I don't know too how (or even) this affects performance and/or memory usage. Can You tests memory usage and performance with and without "F" ?
  4. @DanielPHuber 1. "F" is declared in ...cores/msp430/WString.h and generally refers to strings stored in flash memory. If You can know more, read about FlashStringHelper and PSTR 2. This lib uses "user defined" CS pin and control it from library, not from msp hardware of course You can change it to other pin but remember, that You must change this in two places: - in Your sketch, through properly set pin mode eg: pinMode(10,OUTPUT) - in enc28typedef.h inside this library folder: #define ENC28J60_CONTROL_CS 10 At this moment personally I use pin 13 and it works too so...
  5. holy cow - it's working it is possible to add this programming method to energia?
  6. I had similar problem. Everything worked properly when my w7 got first updated to w10 (around July 2015) but in December, w10 got new version (compilation 10586 I think) and all TI drivers for 430, 5529, stellaris (and more specifically COM's) inside devices manager was yellow triangle on icons. I try many times remove drivers and reinstall (with disabled driver signed chcecking) but without success Fortunately I bought new ssd for system and after full w10 instalation and install (on clean system) TI drivers everythig works OK now.
  7. @@BigVulcanDeal - please check my github https://github.com/reaper7/energia_msp430g2955_yoshpad This repo is for YoshPad board but You can easy adapt it for Your solution. Good luck!
  8. @@yosh - Your code works OK with only one mod because my module have "hard" set address 0x76, so I change bme.begin() to bme.begin(0x76)
  9. nice i useful, I got my bme yesterday, so first test today
  10. examples->HelloWorldActivate.ino allows You control RED_LED on MSP430G2
  11. bump! new 0.4.2 version - fixed CS pin inside enc28typedef.h
  12. Hi! - I don't know how to help You, a good choice is to buy a simple logic analyzer. Do You have any message on serial console? Try to "enable" debug message from lib -> EtherEncLib.h change DEBUGLIB value from 0 to 1 (line 40) You must know how to check process step by step, simplest method is inserting something like this Serial.println("i'm here"); in different library places (like begin, available etc) called from sketch. You must be like a Herlock Sholmes
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