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    Varol got a reaction from sq7bti in i2c Explorer   
    Okay, I've gotten i2c_explorer compiled using mspgcc under Linux.
     
    There were some strange things going on with the compiled version in shell.c : handle_command and I had to remove the capability to generate repeated commands ( using ':' ), which I attribute to compiler issues with -Os optimization enabled.
     
    I have only used version 1.0 and it is working quite nicely now for me. But I was also able to compile version 1.1 after making the same changes there.
     
    You can download the source for both versions ( 1.0, and 1.1 ) from
    http://www.MovingSatellites.com/i2c_explorer.tar.gz
     
    And you can get the .elf file from
    http://www.MovingSatellites.com/i2c_explorer.elf
      ... Now on to fixing my 2231 i2c slave code ...
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    Varol reacted to lalalandrus in Bounty: $20,- to solve a simple project (OPEN )   
    try replacing the following 
     
    LPM0_EXIT;
     
    with:
     
    _BIC_SR_IRQ(LPM0_bits + GIE)
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    Varol got a reaction from cde in i2c Explorer   
    Okay, I've gotten i2c_explorer compiled using mspgcc under Linux.
     
    There were some strange things going on with the compiled version in shell.c : handle_command and I had to remove the capability to generate repeated commands ( using ':' ), which I attribute to compiler issues with -Os optimization enabled.
     
    I have only used version 1.0 and it is working quite nicely now for me. But I was also able to compile version 1.1 after making the same changes there.
     
    You can download the source for both versions ( 1.0, and 1.1 ) from
    http://www.MovingSatellites.com/i2c_explorer.tar.gz
     
    And you can get the .elf file from
    http://www.MovingSatellites.com/i2c_explorer.elf
      ... Now on to fixing my 2231 i2c slave code ...
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