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Donny M. Carter

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  1. @Rickta59. I have some 2811's from RobG I a summed the code listed was all that was needed. I didn't realize more needed to be added. Shows how much I know, or don't know!!
  2. @@JWoodrell. I'm using code that is posted on this forum. In post #9, chaser.c is one of them. The other code I've tried RobG posted it in post #8. The only code so far to work is from TI's wiki page on blinking an LED. In the chaser code (post #9) it says; void write_ws2811 (uint8_t +data, unsigned length, uint8_t pinmask) ;
  3. First 3 are listed as errors. Last 12 are listed as warnings: Description Resource Path Location Type #10010 errors encountered during linking; "2801 test.out" not built 2801 test C/C++ Problem Description Resource Path Location Type <a href="file:/C:/ti/ccsv5/tools/compiler/dmed/HTML/10234.html">#10234-D</a> unresolved symbols remain 2801 test C/C++ Problem Description Resource Path Location Type unresolved symbol write_ws2811, first referenced in ./main.obj 2801 test C/C++ Problem Descr
  4. Ok. I took a code from here. Opened it in DevC, copied and pasted it and got an error. >> Compilation failure gmake: *** [2801 test.out] Error 1 gmake: Target `all' not remade because of errors. **** Build Finished **** When I hit proceed is when I get; MSP430: GEL: Encountered a problem loading file: C:\Users\Donny M. Carter\workspace_v5_4\2801 test\Debug\2801 test.out Could not open file I just went and retried the blink led code and it worked fine.
  5. Here's the message from the console. MSP430: GEL: Encountered a problem loading file: C:\Users\Donny M. Carter\workspace_v5_4\test3\Debug\test3.out Could not open file Description Resource Path Location Type <a href="file:/C:/ti/ccsv5/tools/compiler/dmed/HTML/5.html">#5</a> could not open source file "ws2811.h" main.c /test3 line 5 C/C++ Problem
  6. Ok. I just tried antoher code from this thread and I get the same error. Apparently I'm doing this incorrectly. I'm copying and pasteing the code in to a new project. I've tried to import a project but can't ever seem to see the file. Maybe I should read a little more! :-(
  7. Works fine. Maybe I messed up something when importing the code.
  8. Hello everyone, I've been lurking for a while trying to get my head around a few things! I recently received some code to blink some 2801's, but I'm getting an error. I'm sure someone can point me in the right direction. I've attached a screen shot. Thanks in advance for any help! Donny
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