|Arduino IDE 1.0.5 Released|
|Written by Harry Fairhead|
|Tuesday, 21 May 2013|
The last of the Version 1 Arduino IDE upgrades has been released. It may only be a decimal point change, but there is a lot going on at the moment.
The latest upgrade to the Arduino IDE is scheduled to be the last in the version 1 series. Version 1.5 has been in beta for a while and should move to become the standard IDE sometime very soon.
The key improvements are:
The good news is that version 1.5 of the IDE will support more than just the standard Arduino hardware. It will be able to compile programs to the ARM processor or take into account the variant of the AVR processor in use. It will also be able to determine how the program is downloaded into the board. This plus the new support for Library management and a central repository should make the Arduino environment much more flexible.
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|Last Updated ( Tuesday, 21 May 2013 )|