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  1. Hi everyone. I just wanted to see if Energia is still in active development. The last release was 19 months ago and I’m running into issues. I can’t run the pre-compiled binary from the website (running macOS 11 Big Sur) and the build files try to download arm tools from either an inaccessible or nonexistent location (energia.nu/files/mac-arm-tools.zip). I haven’t given up trying to build from source, but it looks like it will take some doing if it is even possible. I’ve seen a post on GitHub and one here where the answer to running Energia on Big Sur is downgrading to Catalina. Unfo
  2. Hi everyone. I just wanted to see if Energia is still in active development. The last release was 19 months ago and I’m running into issues. I can’t run the pre-compiled binary from the website (running macOS 11 Big Sur) and the build files try to download arm tools from either an inaccessible or nonexistent location (energia.nu/files/mac-arm-tools.zip). I haven’t given up trying to build from source, but it looks like it will take some doing if it is even possible. I’ve seen a post on GitHub and one here where the answer to running Energia on Big Sur is downgrading to Catalina. Unfo
  3. Hi to all, are you interested in assembler language programming? if so, this could be of interest to you. the basic idea is a 5kB kernel embedded on a MSP430FRxxxx, capable of downloading source files, interpreting and compiling them. Associated with a minimalist IDE: a text editor, a generic preprocessor and a terminal to communicate with the embedded kernel. What is the craziest wish of a microcontroller programmer? In my opinion, it would be that once his source is modified, he clicks on the "build" shortcut of the editor and in a second, the program is compiled on the targ
  4. @NurseBob So you've show interest in this through another post. Instead of polluting that post, I figured I would respond here. Where to start. . . My idea here started because I work remotely for a company who builds systems based off the beaglebone. Soon, I plan on traveling, which is not a problem when you work remotely, but you may still need to bring hardware with you to write, and test software while you're on the go . . . I looked all over the place for reasonably priced aluminum enclosures. They really do not exist. Then it dawned on me that there are plenty of mini ITX cases on the
  5. New member of the development board family, MSP43F5172 (F51x[1,2]) Features: crystal RGB LED reset button LDO (can be powered from 2.1mm jack or USB) programming header MSP430G LaunchPad pin layout additional header for selected PJ and P3 pins Available on Tindie 51x2.pdf
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