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  1. piranha32

    msp430-g++ and interrupts

    Ah, thanks! Stupid formatting. That explains the mystery. I checked addresses for a couple of vectors, but I missed those in between. The fifth one is the default power up vector, so I'm not concerned about it.
  2. piranha32

    msp430-g++ and interrupts

    Hello, I have a problem with strange behavior of gcc compiler, which does not seem to generate interrupt vectors correctly. I tried to search for hints on the forum, but could not find any helpful information. I have the following C code: void __attribute__((interrupt(TIMER0_A0_VECTOR))) timer0_isr(void) { //IMPORTANT !!!!!!! //Clear TAIV by reading it !!!! (void) TAIV; /* ... */ } void __attribute__((interrupt(TIMER0_A1_VECTOR))) timer0_a1_isr(void) { P1OUT ^= PIN0; } volatile int qq; __attribute__((interrupt(USCIAB0TX_VECTOR))) void usci_tx_isr(void) { qq=1; P1OUT ^= PIN6; IFG2 &= ~UCA0TXIFG; } __attribute__((interrupt(USCIAB0RX_VECTOR))) void usci_rx_isr(void) { qq=2; P1OUT ^= PIN6; if(IFG2 & UCA0RXIFG) { (void) UCA0RXBUF; } IFG2 &= ~UCA0RXIFG; } Only the TIMER0_A0_VECTOR ISR contains meaningful code at the moment, and the other 3 procedures are just placeholders. For some strange reason, the only ISRs which are linked in the executable code to the interrupt vector table are TIMER0_A0_VECTOR and TIMER0_A1_VECTOR: Disassembly of section .vectors: 0000ffe0 <__ivtbl_16>: ffe0: 6c c1 bic.b @r1, r12 ffe2: 6c c1 bic.b @r1, r12 ffe4: 6c c1 bic.b @r1, r12 ffe6: 6c c1 bic.b @r1, r12 ffe8: 6c c1 bic.b @r1, r12 ffea: 6c c1 bic.b @r1, r12 ffec: 78 c4 bic.b @r4+, r8 ffee: 8e c4 6e c4 bic r4, -15250(r14);0xc46e(r14) fff2: b8 c3 6c c1 bic #-1, -16020(r8);r3 As==11, 0xc16c(r8) fff6: 6c c1 bic.b @r1, r12 fff8: 6c c1 bic.b @r1, r12 fffa: 6c c1 bic.b @r1, r12 fffc: 6c c1 bic.b @r1, r12 fffe: 00 c0 bic r0, r0 I must be doing something wrong, but I can't find where is the mistake. Target CPU is MSP430G5553, and here is the information about the compiler: $ ~/.platformio/packages/toolchain-timsp430/bin/msp430-g++ -v Using built-in specs. Reading specs from ~/.platformio/packages/toolchain-timsp430/bin/../lib/gcc/msp430/4.6.3/../../../../msp430/lib/msp430mcu.spec COLLECT_GCC=~/.platformio/packages/toolchain-timsp430/bin/msp430-g++ COLLECT_LTO_WRAPPER=~/.platformio/packages/toolchain-timsp430/bin/../libexec/gcc/msp430/4.6.3/lto-wrapper Target: msp430 Configured with: ../../gcc/configure --enable-languages=c,c++ --disable-nls --target=msp430 --prefix=/home/robertinant/opt/mspgcc_energia --with-pkgversion='MSPGCC 20120406 (With patches: sf3540953 sf3559978)' Thread model: single gcc version 4.6.3 20120301 (mspgcc LTS 20120406 unpatched) (MSPGCC 20120406 (With patches: sf3540953 sf3559978)) Has anybody encountered similar problems? EDIT: Moving void before __attribute__ has no effect.
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  4. piranha32

    [Launchpad] Unable to get ADC examples to work

    I'd like to say that I really appreciate your help. I realize that the project is new and I don't expect it to be completely flawless. It's really important that there is a place where problems can be reported and that they are solved quickly. I found the forum through a link to a code snippet posted in a discussion on TI forums or buried somewhere in TI wiki (I don't remember). It think it would be worth to give it a little bit more publicity. regards, j.
  5. piranha32

    Hello from Washington

    The project I'd like build using the launchpad is a digital rlc meter. The c2k family has two features which make it ideally suited for such job: dual channel simultaneous sampling AD converter and lots of computational power. The simultaneous sampling is important in measuring the phase shift between voltage and current. An A/D with sequential sampling would make the job much more difficult. Many such projects just look at the min/max sample values to determine the amplitude of the measured voltages and look for zero-crossing to estimate the phase. While simple to implement, such methods require high degree of oversampling to be accurate. I want to fit sinusoidal functions to the measured values and use them to estimate the parameters of the voltages and current. It requires solving of several non-linear optimization problems, but can work well with only 4-5 samples per period. That's where the high MIPS power comes in handy. I have a working proof-of-concept implementation in octave, now I need to implement it on the microcontroller. I'll keep you posted on the status of the project, but don't hold your breath. It may take a while
  6. piranha32

    C2000 learning material/Resources

    http://focus.ti.com/...l?sku=OLT212010 has almost everything you need to know about to start coding for C2k. It's tailored for 28069, but with small modification should be also applicable to 28027.
  7. piranha32

    [Launchpad] Unable to get ADC examples to work

    Trey, thanks for the hint about adding CLK_enableTbClockSync. I was going to post a question about AdcSoc example, but this thread solved my problem.
  8. piranha32

    Hello from Washington

    Hi! I'd like to say hello to everybody on the forum. I've got launchpad a couple of weeks ago and, time permitting, I'm playing with it. It's not my first encounter with C2k family. I have a Piccolo Control Stick which I bought about a year ago from a promotion on tideals, but I've never had time to really sit down and start using it. Even though I worked with many different microprocessors and I'm no stranger to writing my own startup files, I felt intimidated by the amount magic that had to be done to just make an LED blink. Since i was going to use the controlstick only for my hobby projects and I've always had other projects promising faster results, the stick was sitting on a shelf collecting dust. I got back to it several weeks ago, after I found a series of videos guiding through the mysterious beginnings of development for C2k. I've also got a Lanuchpad XL and with its driverlib software development started to look like a piece of cake. I already found the forum very helpful and I think I will be visiting it regularly Regards, Jacek