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So I am trying to give instructions to my MSP430G2553, to blink a led for example. There are some IDEs for programming the chip over USB, but i want to use my raspberry to program it directly through some interface. I want to program the chip directly only using jumper wires and clean C using the mspdebug and msp compiler which we can get from Texas Instruments.

So what interface should i use?

  • Can I use common communication interfaces like I2C or SPI for example?
  • Or should i use JTAG?

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You can use Energia which brings an Arduino like environment to the Ti Launchpad MSP430 series.

I haven't personally used the Energia environment on the Pi, but neither have I used the Arduino IDE on the Pi.

I have used both the Energia and Arduino IDEs from other Linux boxes.

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  • Thanks! But i would like to program the chip directly only using jumper wires and clean C using the mspdebug and msp compiler which we can get from Texas Instruments. Feb 24, 2016 at 19:51
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    @AleksanderDashov Perhaps you should add that information to your question so people are not misled.
    – joan
    Feb 24, 2016 at 19:57

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