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Does someone know a nice library which makes coding for TI Launchpad MSP430 as easy as for arduino?

So far I only found Friendly Launchpad and some random code examples.

But I am looking for something that also supports analog readings. Doesn't matter if its doesn't follow the Arduino syntax as long as its simple.

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You should check Energia from their Github page. It uses the same IDE and language as the Arduino. It is still in development but I tested some basic examples (blink and serial communication) and it works.

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I do not believe such a thing exists per se.

It is not a difficult task though to write functions that emulate the Arduino's analogRead() and analogWrite() functions. I haven't looked at analogue or PWM on the MSP430 yet, so I can't tell you exactly what you need, but the data sheet(s) should point you in the right direction.

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  • \$\begingroup\$ easyMSP, linked below, is pretty much that. Not quite as easy as arduino, but stepping towards it. Its got the backing of the 43oh community and is actively being developed. \$\endgroup\$ – rfusca Dec 12 '11 at 17:32
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You may want to try easyMSP I have not used it but have looked at the code and it does have some great functions to make things a bit easyier

Also here is the support site http://www.43oh.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=34&t=1750

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