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  1. Hi all, I think I always had the (wrong) impression that the pins on the booster pack are, at least attempted, to be standardized. Obviously this is not true. What I meant by standardized is that for example, the lower left pin is P2_2 on G2553 LP, but it is P4_1 on the new F5529 LP. Looking at the design guide for booster pack at http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/BYOB the "BoosterPack Pinout Standard" chart does not mention exact pin number. I always thought it is "standardized" by pin number but it looks like it is standardized by something else. So, does that mean if one is using CCS or Energia, the program or library may need updating the pin number according to the target LP, unless strict coding practice are in place like using of abstracted variables like RED_LED are followed? How about common SPI / I2C library? By the way, always wondered why the 40-pin layout is done the way it is now. Wouldn't it be more convenient if the extra 20 pins are laid "outside" rather than "inside" to the basic 20-pin settings? That way, we could have easier access to the extra pins when a 20-pin booster pack is in situ..
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