Posted by "bla...@yahoo.com [msp430]"●August 20, 2014
Original message:Speaking of IAR, I run their MSP430 assembler. But it is an
older version that does not support the 20 bit addresses. Any suggestions were
I can get an update on this?
Okay, we get lazy. After using a tool forever, we forget that there is
documentation that comes along with it. Good news is, I did update my assembler
and linker to version 6.10 and 6.0 from something in the 4.0 range.
The answer to the question is the -v option.
Using -v0 uses the MSP430 native instructions
Using -v1 uses the MSP430X instruction set.
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Posted by "One...@bigpond.net.au [msp430]"●August 20, 2014
Ti in their tools section.
On 21/08/2014 6:42 AM, b...@yahoo.com [msp430] wrote: > Speaking of IAR, I run their MSP430 assembler. But
it is an older
> version that does not support the 20 bit addresses. Any suggestions
> were I can get an update on this?
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