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I'm new to CCS and working through the MSP Design workshop.
When I tried to use the driverlib template from File -> New CCS Project... I was missing the MSP430 DriverLib -> Empty Project...(s. picture)
Instead my New Project Dialog looks like:
What am I doing wrong?MSPWare was installed via CCS App Center and included Driverlib.Do I have to "add" Driverlib manually and how?
Thank you for your help!
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In reply to Ki-Soo Lee:
well I used the latest available Design Workshop for CCS v6.1 here:processors.wiki.ti.com/.../Getting_Started_with_the_MSP430_LaunchPad_Workshop
But I seems the Workshop PDF needs an update (it's v4.01 wheras all other documents are v4.60... ?)
Thank you anyway!
In reply to stemaka:
The Driverlib user's guide incorrectly states that you create a new Driverlib project using the "Empty Project with Driverlib Source" CCS template - there is in fact no such CCS template.
Instead, you'll find the empty project located as shown below, on the TI resource Explorer tab (just above the actual example projects for your processor type).
Then follow the instructions on the right pane and you'll end up with your empty project.
main.c of the resulting project:
In reply to stegre:
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