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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. 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 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 look
  4. 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.
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