programming the Texas instruments with a launchpad has the complication of doing it all in ASM, which is a very cryptic language, unlike C.
DDRD = 1<<PD2;PORTD = 1<<PD2;GICR = 1<<INT0;MCUCR = 1<<ISC01 | 1<<ISC00;
A couple of times, I have seen complaints that programming the Texas instruments with a launchpad has the complication of doing it all in ASM, which is a very cryptic language, unlike C.People have gotten around this by using Energia, a AVR-Style compiler designed for the launchpad.I would like to know: Is it possible to use the Arduino board as an in-system-programmer for JUST the Texas Instruments MCU? I want to be able to program an MSP430, like like I would program an external Atmel Chip.
I can get the TI chips for free.
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