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My Win10 Code Composer v9.1 (which had been up-to-date yesterday) came up with a needed update today...so I ran it. Now, my Energia(21)-based code (msp432p401R) is splitting out this error (built using "debug"): `.rodata' will not fit in region `FLASH' c:/ti/ccs910/ccs/tools/compiler/gcc-arm-none-eabi-7-2017-q4-major-win32/bin/../lib/gcc/arm-none-eabi/7.2.1/../../../../arm-none-eabi/bin/ld.exe: region `FLASH' overflowed by 29204 bytes Somehow, with this new CCS update, my flash usage has increased by 30k (pretty significant given the limited about of space on the msp432s). Anyone else run into this? Is there some compile option which I need to tweak to get it back to the previous flash footprint? thx. jrd
[MSP432][Windows10][Energia 21][Board file 5.23.1] Recently I've been struggling with a run-time error in a very simple program (converting time=0 to 1/1/1970 fails using ctime...granted it's not really an Energia thing, but it's available for use in my CCS builds of energia projects) using the latest code composer, energia and board file (BTW, I don't have this problem with the previous board file) for my msp432. I've figured out a way to "fix' my problem, but it's unclear to me what the implications of this change might be. By default, when I create a new project in CCS, the project is setup to use the GNU v6.3.1 compiler by default. If I use this compiler, my program compiles, but it's operation fails. In looking into the properties of the project, I notice that I have 5 (2 TI and 3 GNU - 1 GNU older than the default and 1 GNU newer) compiler choices in the tool chain. As such, I started changing the compiler to see what would happen with my non-functioning code. First, I started with the TI compilers. If I select either of them, I get a notice about the need for "manual" intervention in the compiler config. As such, I gave up on those. I then selected the oldest version of the GNU compiler (4.8.4). Switching to this version and my compilation fails. Once again, I have up on that one. As a last attempt, I changed to the newer version of the GNU compiler (7.2.1) and lo-and-behold, not only does my problem compile, but ctime now works correctly. Newer things are always better, right? The default (non-working one) and older (non-compiling) versions of the GNU compiler appear to be shipped with Energia while the newer (working) one appears to be shipped with CCSv8. As such, although I've fixed my problem, I'm wondering if switching is just going to lead to other problems as I'm assuming energia was vetted with the default 6.3.1 compiler. Anyone have positive/negative experiences with changing the compiler tool chain? As my program runs with the previous board file (but using the latest Energia 21 otherwise), might I just be better to switch to the older board file (and wait for a board file/compiler update with energia) but leave the compiler as the default 6.3.1 version? jrd
Hi, Is there a ready library for PID control available for MSP430F5438A or G2553 controllers. Please help if an example is available for the same. Thanks, Tanmay
I have a CC3200 LAUNCHPAD and I'm using Code Composer Studio v6.1 with an Energia example. I try to build the WifiWebClient example and the lpcc3200_core library keeps giving me grief. It says that it can't find some header files but they're clearly in the project tree. Any thoughts on why this might be happening?