Hi Dan, couple steps:
1) look at the schematic and see what P#.# you need to hookup to
2) set the PIN sel register(s) accordingly
3) set your pullup/pulldown/disconnects on the chip, PINMODE
4) There is the SPI peripheral, and there are 2 SSP# peripherals. They are
different. The references to SPI io lines that don't have a number are for
the SPI peripheral. The spi IO lines with a number after them are for the
SSP peripheral. If you need to use the SSP peripherals, it will be a
different configuration approach then the SPI peripheral...
hope this helps....
On Sat, Aug 14, 2010 at 1:35 PM, Daniel Ferguson <
> The chip has SPI and SSP
> the SSP can be configured as an SPI (i think).
> So, if SPI0 is going to the LCD, which I don't care about, does this
> indicate that if i wanted to use SPI1
> I need to configure SSP1 as an SPI?
> The existing SPI code in the repo just uses SPI0.
> which leaves bums like me with different boards in a fog of war.
> +1 to reasons why you should get the same board as everyone else.
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