ARDUINO 1.0.7 [libraries]+* Backported SPI Transaction API from IDE 1.5.x (Paul Stoffregen)+* Backported GSM from IDE 1.5.x, fix failed build regression.+* Backported Ethernet from IDE 1.5.x+* Backported SD from IDE 1.5.x+* Backported SPI from IDE 1.5.x+* EthernetClient: use IANA recommended ephemeral port range, 49152-65535 (Jack Christensen, cifer-lee)
Ricordo che con questo cambiamento tutte le librerie esistenti che si basano su SPI non funzioneranno: SD, Ethernet per Wiz e Ethernet per ENC, varie librerie per chip RFid, ecc.
Hi, I want to share the planned release schedule of Arduino IDE for the next weeks. I come to this plan by reading many of the thoughtful inputs here and I hope that this will help solve (at least some of) the uncertainty expressed. About 1.0.x series: there is an IDE 1.0.7 in queue that is, mostly, a bugfix release for 1.0.6 with the only additional feature of SPI transactions. I hope that this will be the latest release for the 1.0.x series. About 1.5.x series: it's time to go out of beta, everyone is asking for that, so we'll do it with the next release starting with 1.6.0 (based on current 1.5.8). No more 1.5.x will be done. At the end of this process the 1.0.7 will become legacy and the "official" Arduino IDE will be 1.6.0, resolving the "two IDEs dilemma". About the IDE GUI/command-line refactoring that I've announced some time ago (https://github.com/arduino/Arduino/pull/2328) I'm setting up a nightly build for testing it. The pull request itself will be merged in one of the next releases (1.6.1 or 1.6.2). I would also like to point out that the pull request, even if big, is just a refactoring: it doesn't alter the IDE behaviour (unless minor errors) and any 3rd party core, library or sketch made for 1.5.x will not be affected. C
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