Rhys 0 Posted March 24, 2014 Share Posted March 24, 2014 I know Energia does not currently support USB host/device on the Tiva chips due to TI's ridiculous licensing on the library code. I was wondering if anyone would be interested in collaborating on writing a USB stack for the Tiva chips for Energia. I was actually thinking of porting LUFA over to the Tiva, as it might be easier than starting from scratch. The idea being to do an end-run around TI's stupid Clickwrap license on all the useful parts of TivaWare beyond barebones support of the chips hardware. While I don't mind developing USB device code in CCS, USB support in Energia would make the Launchpad boards far more attractive to the average Arduino hacker as a less expensive and more feature reach platform. The new Tiva Connected Launchpad can physically do just about anything an Arduino Due can (and then some) at half the price, but the development environment just isn't up to snuff compared to Arduino. I would like to help remedy that if anyone else is interested in helping. Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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