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I have been developing a project this past 3 months in which i have to add a third-party development board, i have successfully mapped all pins of that board and programmed it using a TI MSP-FET for debugging purpose, the micro controller used on the board is a msp430f5438a. My actual problem is that i have to be able to program the board using a simple usb cable, the micro controller already has a bootloader but, to be able to communicate with it i have to be able to add some code lines to the makefile that runs on Energia when it compiles the sketch. I have noticed that the makefile that is located on the hardware folder is not being run when it compiles, i tested this by deleting it from the app itself, and trying to compile the code, it compiled with no errors. What code is the application running to compile it then? Is the compilation code hidden, do i have access to it? Note: I tested altering the Makefile located in the hardware/common directory and it did gave me a compilation error but only for the launchpad w/ cc3200 EMT, guess the makefile that runs to compile code for the launchpad w/ msp430f5529 is somewhere. I appreciate all type of info you can give me, thanks in advance.
Hello world, If your project has outgrown the capabilities of the Energia IDE, why not try Gnu Make? I've put together a set of Makefile fragments which support Energia (msp430 and lm4f) and Arduino 1.0, here: https://github.com/jscrane/uC-Makefile. For most projects, a Makefile as simple as this suffices: Followed by: Cheers, Steve