Smallest Blinky, only 36 Bytes!ΒΆ

This standalone turnkey binary is only 36 bytes! The mecrisp-Across cross compiler didn’t optimize away the delay word, and the blink cycle is about one second.

No specialised MSP430 hardware insight was required for this.

Download minblinky.fs

\ Program Name: minblinky.fs
\ Date: 12 Nov 2018
\ Copyright 2018  t.porter <terry@tjporter.com.au>, licensed under the GPL
\ For Mecrisp-Across by Matthias Koch
\ http://mecrisp.sourceforge.net/
\ chip: MSP430G2452, 8 KB Flash, 256 B Information memory, 256 B Ram
\ blink rate is about 1 seconf for a on/off cycle
\ turnkey binary is only 36 bytes!
\ hexdump 
\ :10F80000B240805A20013140800234406002D2432D
\ :10F810002200D2E321000743384317530798FD2302
\ :10F82000F83FFF3FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF6F
\ :10FFF000FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF00F817
\ :00000001FF



\    new	    \ New Forth source code to be cross compiled
\    +jtag	    \ Activate JTAG mode
\    target    \ Emulate the target ( We never leave the Host )
\ 

 emu
 
 : delay ( -- )
    65535 0 do loop
 ;
 
 : minblink ( -- )
   1 p1dir c!
   begin
     1 p1out cxor!
     delay
   again
 ;
 
 host 
 $FFFE vector minblink crosscompile flashtarget -jtag run

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