Introducing MSP430Ware and the Brand New Driver Library!
MSP430Ware is a collection of code examples, datasheets and other design resources for ALL MSP430 devices delivered in a convenient package - essentially everything developers need to become MSP430 experts!
In addition to providing a sleek GUI for navigating all existing MSP430 design resources, MSP430Ware also includes a high-level API called Driver Library, which makes it really easy to talk to MSP430 hardware. As of today, MSP430 Driver Library supports 5 and 6 series devices.
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Good - this answers a couple of questions:
If you go tohttp://www.ti.com/tool/msp430ware?HQS=mcu_msp430_ware_111218&DCMP=mytinwsltr_12_17_2011&sp_rid_pod3=LTg5MDA1NDUzNgS2&sp_mid_pod3=4968551
--To get MSP430Ware and GUI-based front end, simply install the latest version of Code Composer Studio version 5.1. Get the latest version of CCS! (Recommended) --Alternatively, MSP430Ware is available as a standalone package. However, this will only provide the folder structure of the MSP430Ware package, and will not have a GUI-based front end. Click here to get MSP430Ware as a standalone package.
Now if you read this thread: http://e2e.ti.com/support/development_tools/code_composer_studio/f/81/t/135961.aspxit says that ONE installation of CCS v5 will support all platforms.
So you can't get the new MSP430 GUI without installing CCS v5.1....again.Does this mean you end up with TWO CCS installs...one for Stellarisware and one for MSP430Ware? These aren't exactly small windows applications...
In reply to Jon Peterson:
Could I use it with MSP430G2553?
In reply to leinho:
Leonardo Mart��nezCould I use it with MSP430G2553?
"As of today, MSP430 Driver Library supports 5 and 6 series devices."
The MSP430G2553 is a 2 series device. Does this answer your question?
I'm currently (June 30th) lagging about 600 threads behind in the forum. I try to catch up, but don't expect an answer in less than about 4 weeks.Before posting bug reports or ask for help, do at least quick scan over this article. It applies to any kind of problem reporting. On any forum. And/or look here.If you cannot discuss your problem in the public, feel free to start a private conversation: click on my name and then 'start conversation'. But please do so only if you really cannot do it in a public thread, as I usually read all threads. And I prefer to answer where others can profit from it (or contribute to it) too.
In reply to Jens-Michael Gross:
Has the 2xx and Value Line been incorporated into the Driver Library as of today?
The documentation is, unfortunately, not as up-to-date as the library itself.
I copied the following from RTC_C into my code only to find out that the macros aren't defined:
//Enable interrupt for RTC_C Ready Status, which asserts when the RTC_C//Calendar registers are ready to read.//Also, enable interrupts for the Calendar alarm and Calendar event.RTC_C_enableInterrupt(RTC_C_BASE, RTC_CRDYIE + RTC_CTEVIE + RTC_CAIE);
The correct function should be something like this:
//Enable interrupt for RTC Ready Status, which asserts when the RTC //Calendar registers are ready to read. //Also, enable interrupts for the Calendar alarm and Calendar event. RTC_C_enableInterrupt(RTC_C_BASE, RTC_C_TIME_EVENT_INTERRUPT + RTC_C_CLOCK_ALARM_INTERRUPT + RTC_C_CLOCK_READ_READY_INTERRUPT);
Is there an update to the documentation?
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