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TDT 4160 Solutions Autumn 2021

In order to build this code, you will need to have the following installed:

  • Simplicity Studio
  • The EFM32GG-STK3700 adapter for Simplicity Studio
  • GNU Make (haven't tested BSD Make)

For the assembly and C exercises, I'm using the makefile to build and flash the program to the Gecko Board.

cd o1 # or o2 / o3
make all
make flash

In order for the commands above to succeed, you might need to edit the makefile to point at your Simplicity Studio install. The original makefile expected Simplicity Studio 3. The paths is currently configured to point at Simplicity Studio 5, installed at /opt/simplicitystudio5. The original makefiles are stored as Makefile.original, in order to make them easy to diff.

Assembly cheatsheet from Azeria Labs

azeria-labs.com