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Is the MSP430F5659 supported by the TI USB stack?

Other Parts Discussed in Thread: MSP430F5637, MSP430F5659, MSP430F6637, MSP430F6638, MSP430F6636, MSP430F6634, MSP430F6635, MSP430F6633, MSP430F6632, MSP430F6631, MSP430F6630, MSP430F5638, MSP430F5636, MSP430F5634, MSP430F5635, MSP430F5633, MSP430F5632, MSP430F5631, MSP430F5630, MSP430F5509, MSP430F5510, MSP430F5508, MSP430F5506, MSP430F5507, MSP430F5505, MSP430F5503, MSP430F5504, MSP430F5502, MSP430F5501, MSP430F5500, MSP430F5529, MSP430F5528, MSP430F5527, MSP430F5525, MSP430F5526, MSP430F5524, MSP430F5522, MSP430F5521, MSP430F5519, MSP430F5517, MSP430F5515, MSP430F5514, MSP430F5513

I've got a MSP430F5659 Rev A MCU on a board and it doesn't seem like it is supported by TI's USB stack.  I've already compiled and used this code on the MSP430F5637 and it worked fine.  I just changed the target MCU in the project to the 5659 and when I compile the code it says:

Description Resource Path Location Type
#error Define a constant of format __MSP430Fxxxx__ within the projects preprocessor settings, device.h /H1_Example/USB_API/USB_Common line 69 C/C++ Problem

It looks like it isn't seeing the definition of the chip.  The include file looks like this:

#include <msp430.h>

#if defined (__MSP430F6638__) || defined (__MSP430F6637__) || \
defined (__MSP430F6636__) || \
defined (__MSP430F6635__) || defined (__MSP430F6634__) || \
defined (__MSP430F6633__) || \
defined (__MSP430F6632__) || defined (__MSP430F6631__) || \
defined (__MSP430F6630__) || \
defined (__MSP430F5638__) || defined (__MSP430F5637__) || \
defined (__MSP430F5636__) || \
defined (__MSP430F5635__) || defined (__MSP430F5634__) || \
defined (__MSP430F5633__) || \
defined (__MSP430F5632__) || defined (__MSP430F5631__) || \
defined (__MSP430F5630__)
#define __MSP430F563x_F663x
#elif defined (__MSP430F5510__) || defined (__MSP430F5509__) || \
defined (__MSP430F5508__) || \
defined (__MSP430F5507__) || defined (__MSP430F5506__) || \
defined (__MSP430F5505__) || \
defined (__MSP430F5504__) || defined (__MSP430F5503__) || \
defined (__MSP430F5502__) || \
defined (__MSP430F5501__) || defined (__MSP430F5500__)
#define __MSP430F550x
#elif defined (__MSP430F5529__) || defined (__MSP430F5528__) || \
defined (__MSP430F5527__) || \
defined (__MSP430F5526__) || defined (__MSP430F5525__) || \
defined (__MSP430F5524__) || \
defined (__MSP430F5522__) || defined (__MSP430F5521__) || \
defined (__MSP430F5519__) || \
defined (__MSP430F5517__) || defined (__MSP430F5515__) || \
defined (__MSP430F5514__) || \
defined (__MSP430F5513__)
#define __MSP430F552x
#else
#error \
Define a constant of format __MSP430Fxxxx__ within the projects preprocessor settings,
according to the device being used.
#endif

I don't see the 5659 anywhere on there.  Is this a non-standard chip or something?