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CDK4MSP stands for Cross Development Kit for TIs MSP430 processor serie and should you support with a comprehensive Assembler and C development environment for even this processor family under Linux. It will present only free of fee tools, so you can use it without risks. Further you will finde some useful OS projects and related sample code all arround MSP430s inside of the example packages. Til now there are the following packages available: * see cdk-msp-base package Libc is a collection of the C library functions, including: * standard C library * SFR read and write access * I/O definitions and access macros * bit-field access to ports * MSP430 interrupt and signal handling * Functions for long jumps * String manipulation functions * Error handling * size/speed optimized FP library (ieee-754 32-bit complaint) Install Libc if you need to perform any of these types of actions on MSP430 C source files. Most programmers will want to install Libc. Development of msp430-libc is part of MPCGCC project. You can found it at: http://mspgcc.sourceforge.net
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