I'm using CCSv5.2.1 with MSP430Ware 1.20.00.16. I have found some discrepancies between doxygen code documentation and function implementation for the UART module.
For UART_enableInterrupt() and UART_disableInterrupt() the description for the mask parameter states the mask parameter is a logical OR of
But reading the corresponding function implementations both the ASSERT() and switch() statements don't allow that logical combination for the mask parameter.
Oh... was this post in the wrong forum or isn't anyone interested in this? I would like to help to reduce possible errors in the published library or to avoid misunderstandings with the documentation.
Christian Steffen was this post in the wrong forum or isn't anyone interested in this?
But now that ou asked, you got an answer. :)
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