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Fwiw, I have been using the new RedHat GCC in CCSv6 for Wolverine work outside of that which I've done in Energia.  The version of MSPGCC that ships with Energia seems reasonably safe, just limited to <64KB (unless you use a small library I wrote that does DMA copies to/fro the upper 16KB).

 

What are your experiences so far?  I've considered compiling it, and I think I even saw a prebuilt version for Linux on TI's site.

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What are your experiences so far?  I've considered compiling it, and I think I even saw a prebuilt version for Linux on TI's site.

The code seems to work, although interrupt declaration follows the pure GCC format (no pragmas like mspgcc and the TI compiler) but TI has some msp430 examples showing their #ifdef solution to that. I'd advise sticking to TI's binaries or build the source distributed from TI's website as it seems they modify the upstream GCC port a bit.

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