Part Number: MSP430FR5969
Tool/software: TI C/C++ Compiler
When I compile w/ optimizer enabled, a variable passed to an inlined function from an ISR is incorrectly assumed to be 0.
The issue occurs at line 175 in USCII2C.cpp:
UCB0TXBUF = curCmd;
even if isWriInt == 1, the following line is not executed. If I turn off the optimizer, it works.
Your project builds with MSP430 GCC compiler version 4.6.3. This is a relatively old compiler. Is it practical for you to upgrade? Please do that by using the Apps Center feature in Code Composer Studio. I am not certain that upgrading will fix your specific problem, but I think your chances are good.
Thanks and regards,
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