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  1. Hello, I am trying to set up my computer so that I can compile my code with mspgcc using the command line. I downloaed mspgcc from: http://sourceforge.net/projects/mspgcc/files/Windows/mingw32/ Extracted it into mspgcc folder at C:/ Then I added to path. Now, when I tried to use it, it tells me (and I see) that there is no make.exe but there is msp430-gcc.exe, when I run this it tells me: msp430-gcc fatal error: no input files Does anyone have any idea or comments about this. All is welcomed. I prefer to work with the command line, Thanks
  2. metaljack

    usblib mspgcc port

    I work on a MSP430F5510. Most of the time I use IAR but now I've reached code limitation. So I decided to switch to MSPGCC instead of CCS because I don't want to get the same problem when the code gets bigger and bigger. My question: Has anyone tried to get the TI's USB Library Project (http://www.ti.com/tool/msp430usbdevpack) to MSPGCC? I just give it a short try and stopped now with 93 errors. So I just want to ask if anyone has experience with this lib or already get it work with mspgcc before I go on in deeper adjustments.
  3. I'm relatively new to msp430 dev. I'm on Linux and intend to use mspgcc as my compiler. I see the demo code for the cap touch booster pack has a directory for CCS and IAR, but no makefile or anything for gcc. I found a generic msp430 makefile and added all the source files from the demo to it. I'm using the msp430g2152 and have updated all references accordingly. I'm still getting a bunch of errors like CapTouchBoosterPack_UserExperience.c|172| relocation truncated to fit: R_MSP430_16 against symbol `TimerA_UART_tx' defined in .text section in uart.o CapTouchBoosterPack_UserExperience.c|173| relocation truncated to fit: R_MSP430_16 against symbol `TimerA_UART_shutdown' defined in .text section in uart.o || CapTouchBoosterPack_UserExperience.o: In function `CapTouchIdleMode': CapTouchBoosterPack_UserExperience.c|205| relocation truncated to fit: R_MSP430_16_BYTE against symbol `proximity_sensor' defined in .rodata section in CapacitiveTouchLibrary/structure.o CapTouchBoosterPack_UserExperience.c|205| relocation truncated to fit: R_MSP430_16 against symbol `TI_CAPT_Custom' defined in .text section in CapacitiveTouchLibrary/CTS_Layer.o || CapTouchBoosterPack_UserExperience.o: In function `MeasureCapBaseLine': CapTouchBoosterPack_UserExperience.c|225| relocation truncated to fit: R_MSP430_16_BYTE against symbol `wheel' defined in .rodata section in CapacitiveTouchLibrary/structure.o CapTouchBoosterPack_UserExperience.c|225| relocation truncated to fit: R_MSP430_16 against symbol `TI_CAPT_Init_Baseline' defined in .text section in CapacitiveTouchLibrary/CTS_Layer.o CapTouchBoosterPack_UserExperience.c|226| relocation truncated to fit: R_MSP430_16_BYTE against symbol `wheel' defined in .rodata section in CapacitiveTouchLibrary/structure.o CapTouchBoosterPack_UserExperience.c|226| relocation truncated to fit: R_MSP430_16 against symbol `TI_CAPT_Update_Baseline' defined in .text section in CapacitiveTouchLibrary/CTS_Layer.o CapTouchBoosterPack_UserExperience.c|227| relocation truncated to fit: R_MSP430_16_BYTE against symbol `middle_button' defined in .rodata section in CapacitiveTouchLibrary/structure.o CapTouchBoosterPack_UserExperience.c|227| additional relocation overflows omitted from the output Has anyone managed to compile this demo with mspgcc? Alternatively, does anyone have an alternative demo using the captouch booster pack that does work with mspgcc? I've searched through the forums a bit, but did not notice anything matching the above. Thanks!
  4. I'm trying to start working with a TI Launchpad on my Mac (I also have a Ubuntu virtual machine I can work in), and I want to program it in assembly using mspgcc. However, I'm getting confused with a lot of the information I'm finding about how to actually write code for this! Any assembly tutorials I find (even in the MSP430 Microcrontroller Basics book) use references such as #WDTPW|WDTHOLD, &WDTCTL or &P2OUT, and whenever I try to compile assembly files with those, mspgcc throws a bunch of errors about how it can't refernce those. So, what is the best way for a beginner looking to program in assembly on a TI Launchpad to get started? What am I doing wrong when I compile all of these test files? (If I didn't provide enough information, feel free to ask for more)
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