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Vaclav

 Just asking, not whining, so do not flame me  , please.

Is there a list of current fixers implemented on official releases - similar to one published when 1.6.5 came out?

Are "nightly builds" fixes documented in ONE place also?

It would  be helpful to let user decide to upgrade or not depending on the "problem fix" affecting / not affecting his code.

Case of point - printf is still ( 1.6.5.) not included in core and adding the (simple) code due to the rapid succession of releases is not very convenient, BUT NOT A MAJOR ISSUE!



pYro_65

These are the short versions:
Release Notes (1.6.5)
revisions.txt (latest source)

There is also the raw history for the repository: https://github.com/arduino/Arduino/commits/master

While we are here, on the forum, can you describe in detail the problems you expressed in this issue: Just FYI - User feedback is not wanted on Arduino.cc forums.


Vaclav

These are the short versions:
Release Notes (1.6.5)
revisions.txt (latest source)

There is also the raw history for the repository: https://github.com/arduino/Arduino/commits/master

While we are here, on the forum, can you describe in detail the problems you expressed in this issue: Just FYI - User feedback is not wanted on Arduino.cc forums.


Because some my latest posts never got published.

pYro_65

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Jul 02, 2015, 03:50 pm Last Edit: Jul 02, 2015, 03:51 pm by pYro_65
What posts are you talking about. Here is a list of your interactions with the repo: https://github.com/arduino/Arduino/issues?q=author%3AVaclavSal+is%3Aissue.

And once again there is a failure to provide adequate information.

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