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  1. I thought I made I clear enough that it's working fine with the CLI tools alone My program is quite a lot more complicated than a blink example, and I have no problem compiling and debugging it from the command line. I'd just like to do it from Sublime Text for that extra GUI deliciousness
  2. So I'm still trying to run msp430-debug in Sublime Text 2 using SublimeGDB. I'm not having any luck, but maybe one of you can spot what's going wrong. Running mspdebug and msp430-gdb in two Terminal windows works fine. Running mspdebug in Terminal and launching msp430-gdb from SGDB causes the SGDB session to end immediately with no output to any of it's windows. The debug flag is set. Looking at the external mspdebug window, there is no indication of connection to mspdebug. Settings changed in SGDB: "workingdir": "/Users/jacobjorvang/Engineering/C/projects/MSP430/msprf24",
  3. Yeah, my migration away from corporate IDEs may well take me to Vi / Emacs before long Thanks for the tip! In Sublime Text 2 you have to use a plugin, and one is available for GDB. I'm thinking it could be converted to mspdebug/msp430-gdb, but I don't have the knowledge to do this, at least at the moment.
  4. Is anyone using Sublime Text 2 with the SublimeGDB plugin for debugging MSP430 on OS X? It seems to me that this would be an excellent GUI for debugging, but I'm not having much luck redirecting it from gdb to msp430-gdb. I'm not exactly sure what to do in the first place, and the error messages aren't giving me much to work with. https://github.com/quarnster/SublimeGDB
  5. Hi Thanks yyrkoon for your tutorial! I've got programming up and running on Mac OS X 10.8.4 and want to add something for my fellow Mac users. The tool config window should look like this: Then the Code::Blocks console will read something like this: Launching tool 'Upload': /usr/local/msp430/mspdebug/mspdebug rf2500 --force-reset "prog /Users/jacob/Engineering/CodeBlocks/msprf24-rx/bin/Debug/msprf24-rx.elf" (in /Users/jacob/Engineering/CodeBlocks/msprf24-rx/bin/Debug) stdout> MSPDebug version 0.20 - debugging tool for MSP430 MCUs stdout> Copyright (C) 2009-2012 Dan
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    Set VCC

    Sure. No, nothing to do with DAC. I just play with external ICs requiring different voltages, which I would prefer to power from the Launchpad's VCC pin. Also, lowering the VCC as much as possible preserves energy for running on batteries, solar power, etc. I see. Thank you very much for that detailed explanation. For some reason I was sure I had found it to be settable previously. But I do also have a FET430UIF and target board, so I must have gotten the memories mixed together. By the way, I use your excellent nRF24L01+ driver library, so thank you very much for that
  7. Jacob

    Set VCC

    Ok, I was afraid that might be the case that it could not be changed from software. But IDEs like CCS or IAR can set the VCC of a Launchpad. How is this happening then, and can it be done from Energia?
  8. Jacob

    Set VCC

    Are you serious? Of course the voltage is settable on the Launchpad. The range is 1.8V - 3.6V. It's a flag for mspdebug. The question is just how to do it from Energia. $ mspdebug --help Usage: mspdebug [options] <driver> [command ...] ... -v voltage Set the supply voltage, in millivolts.
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    Set VCC

    Hi all How do I set the VCC? I can't find an option for it in Energia, so is there a #define for that or something? Thanks!
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