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Part Number: MSP430F5529
Tool/software: Code Composer Studio
I've been working my way through TIDA00754 example in CCS but would like to port the code to work with the F5529 platform.
What approach would be would have the lowest amount of time associated? Starting a new project & importing files as need with manual updates to necessary definitions, modify existing project, or worst case don't use TIDA example at all and just write re-write all drivers.
I have already tried updating linker settings & build/env variables to match F5529 but there are too many errors with undefined variables to build/run.
Thanks for your post. Unfortunately, I don't have any experience with the TIDA-00754 design specifically, but it sounds like you're on the right track. Start with a new empty project in CCS specifically for the MSP430F5529 and make the necessary updates accordingly. I would try to use the TIDA example code as much as possible, even though you may have to make a few changes (the less you have to re-write the better). For this task, the following reference should be very helpful with migrating from the MSP430FR5969 to MSP430F5529. Also, you could try searching the forum here for migration-related threads, since I'm sure you're not the first user to do this migration.
Migrating from the MSP430F5xx and MSP430F6xx Family to the MSP430FR58xx/FR59xx/68xx/69xx Family
I hope this helps!
Edit: It appears that I got the migration direction reversed, so I've updated my comments above. The resource above should help cover the differences between the two devices either way.
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