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I'm working on a reflow controller with a G2553 driving a solid state relay to control power. It also includes a rotary encoder with push button and two 7-segment displays to adjust and display the duty cycle. I've written it in assembler, and all of the activity takes place within the interrupt service routine triggered every 2ms by the watchdog timer in interval timer mode. Between interrupts, the processor sleeps. In assembler, the service routine does its magic in about 0.1ms, or 1/20th of the total time, so there's no danger of an overrun into the next trigger. There are no pin inter
Is there any documentation about how to view the assembler code for the object file that the Energia IDE produces? On the Arduino you can do it by copying a line from the verbose compiler output, editing it, and then running it from the command prompt: http://rcarduino.blogspot.co.uk/2012/09/how-to-view-arduino-assembly.html Thank you, David
A Retro Style Basic Computer Description The EZ430trainer system turns the low-cost TI LaunchPad into a microcontroller trainer via simple hardware and software enrichments. The EZ430trainer is made up of a . TI LaunchPad, w/ msp430g2553 mcu . A "Paradiso UI Shield", adding basic I/O capabilites. . A "Eztrainer Monitor" firmware, providing monitor and assembler capabilites. The intention of the EZ430trainer is to bring in a "low-cost" computer training system that resembles the 1st generation hobby based microprocessor syste