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  1. That worked, thanks mate! and thanks Joby! for the project in the first place. For anyone trying to port this project to CCS, here's the full transformed code: #include "msp430G2211.h" #include #include #include /****************************************************/ #define SWITCH_BIT BIT3 // Launchpad switch on P1.3 #define LED_BIT BIT0 // Launchpad LED on P1.0 #define CAP_BIT BIT7 // RC circuit on P1.7 /****************************************************/ // WDT Timer providing a system tick #define TICKS_PER_SEC (10
  2. To me .. These two have provided the best information so far: 1. http://mspsci.blogspot.com/2010/07/tuto ... arted.html 2. http://glitovsky.com/blog/?p=85
  3. Thanks, that resolved that issue...but however, I am still not being to build the project. I have made some trivial changes to the code to make it for CCS friendly: #include "msp430G2211.h" #include #include #include /****************************************************/ #define SWITCH_BIT BIT3 // Launchpad switch on P1.3 #define LED_BIT BIT0 // Launchpad LED on P1.0 #define CAP_BIT BIT7 // RC circuit on P1.7 /****************************************************/ // WDT Timer providing a system tick #define TICKS_PER_SEC
  4. Hey all, I was trying to compile Joby's capacitive sensing code on CCS: http://blog.hodgepig.org/2010/09/16/launchpad-capacitive-sensing/ It seems like CCS does not support basic header files like io.h, how do I change the code for CCS?
  5. Yes, it is Ender Wiggin from Ender's game indeed Thanks guys, I am glad to be here.
  6. thanks mate! I need to look at SPI and I2C explorers
  7. There has been many projects where people used Arduino to link the internet and the physical world. A few years back, Jamie Matthews made a Gmail notifier, and used the pySerial class to get gmail and arduino talking! Here's the link: http://www.j4mie.org/2008/02/15/how-to-make-a-physical-gmail-notifier/ and more recently, Make Magazine used the Arduino Ethernet shield: http://blog.makezine.com/archive/2010/12/snail_mail_push_alerts.html Is there any Launchpad based or any msp430 based project where the chip was made to talk to a webserver?
  8. Hello folks, I have been checking this site for a while now but never registered. The tutorials or the links to them, I have found here have been more helpful than books on MSP430. Good job guys!
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