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MSPGCC 4.7.x Development Release Bundles

This directory contains releases of the GNU toolchain ported to support the Texas Instruments MSP430 family of microcontrollers. It is based on binutils, gcc, and gdb, combined with a small libc and a package that defines the characteristics of each of the 300+ microcontrollers supported.

The files in this directory are development snapshots, based on:

  • binutils 2.22
  • gcc 4.7.x

Please submit problems as tracker tickets at: https://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=42303&atid=432701

Reported bugs will be fixed in subsequent development releases. No patches will be provided for existing releases.

This series is intended to add 20-bit support for integer operations, as well as placing data and code in the memory areas above the 64KB boundary. This process is likely to result in binary incompatibility at various stages during the development.

Only use these releases if you are prepared to deal with the consequences.

Source: README.rst, updated 2012-04-07