I have a project that uses 2 separate MSP430 microcontrollers. Both of them need to have different firmware uploaded to them. My place of work use the 8-way MSP-GANG programmers to program instruments in production.
The annoying thing with this, is you cannot put different firmware on different ports (or there isn't a way I could see), so I would be forced to program one, change the 'image file' and program the other.
The way I have got around it is to write a script by following the instructions in the USER GUIDE (page 24 - 30). Now, via the MSP-GANG software, I can press the 'GO' button and the script runs, programming the first microcontroller on one port, then the second one on another port. This is fine, but via this software, you can also edit the image files and change memory locations of different images. We would rather the production staff not have the ability to access any of this, so I have been trying to find a way to have the script run on a standalone unit.
I cannot seem to be able to save the script to any image file, and when putting it on an SD card, it just comes up with an error.
Does anyone know if it is possible, and how to run a script on a standalone GANG programmer?