2017-04-07 13:45:39 UTC
I'm new to this, and have written exactly one C program that does something
useful. I use LCC. I have the source code for a TI program called BSLDEMO2
that's used to flash firmware to their MSP430 chips, and I need to modify it
to invert the polarity of the serial DTR line. I suspect this will require
changing one statement.
The source was written for Visual Studio, and consists of four .C files and
five .H files. The problem is - I don't know how to compile multiple source
files into an executable in LCC. I know this should be simple and obvious,
but I can't find it.
Can someone point me to a tutorial that explains in detail how to do this?
Thanks very much for any help.
By the way, I assume that code written for Visual Studio may not compile on
LCC, but I need to know about multiple source files anyway.