Posts Tagged ‘EasyMSP’

EasyMSP is back

Tuesday, November 1st, 2011

After experiencing a tragically rough 3-4 months, Matthew Burmeister is back and working on version 1.0.x of EasyMSP. He's coding it up from scratch due to the nature of the circumstances. Check out Matt's posts on the 43Oh forum for more info and to lend a hand.

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EasyMSP 0.8.3 Beta1 released

Thursday, July 7th, 2011

Matthew Burmeister writes to inform us of the release of version 0.8.3 Beta1 of EasyMSP. As covered in our previous post, EasyMSP allows MSP430 users to run Arduino code with few modifications.

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EasyMSP 0.8.2 Beta2 released

Tuesday, June 14th, 2011

MattTheGeek has released his early project code for EasyMSP, which allows MSP430 users to run Arduino code with few modification, thanks to EasyMSP's AFI, or Arduino Function Interface. The purpose of this project is to create a user friendly dev environment for MSP430 MCUs, seeking to accommodate both beginners and...

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