New Energia version available

Posted on Monday, September 23rd, 2013 in MSP430, open source, software, tools by the machinegeek

The Energia team announces the availability of version 0101E0010.

Energia is an open-source electronics prototyping platform started by Robert Wessels in January of 2012 with the goal to bring the Wiring and Arduino framework to the Texas Instruments MSP430 based LaunchPad. Energia uses the mspgcc compiler by Peter Bigot and is based on the Wiring and Arduino framework. Energia includes an integrated development environment (IDE) that is based on Processing.

Downloads are available for Linux, Mac OSX and Windows.

The Energia team will be at Maker Faire NY at the TI booth.

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2 Responses to “New Energia version available”

  1. Not sure if the Arduino IDE is the best IDE to base a new product upon, but at least it’s smaller than Eclipse….

    On another note; I didn’t know that one actually could have Bigot as a surname, but I suppose that since you can have Wanker as your surname anything is possible :-)

    • The only thing that I like about the Arduino IDE is that it is simple enough and supports 3rd party editors. Whenever I want to use the Arduino/Energia IDE I just enable the 3rd party editor mode and work on Emacs.

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