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Magician

I just downloaded 1.6.4 IDE, there is no DUE board in the list. 
Product page for DUE forwarded to the same Download section, and there is no reference for DUE.
So what is the latest IDE and how to get there?

Magician

Following this link http://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/OldSoftwareReleases#previous

it says:
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Previous IDE Releases
ARDUINO 1.6.3
 Arduino IDE that can be used with any Arduino board, including the Arduino YĂșn and Arduino DUE. Refer to the Getting Started page for Installation instructions.
See the release notes.
Linux 32-bits package has no SAM, quoted  information is misleading.
I checked 1.6.2 - package for Linux 32-bits is broken again , sub-folder "hardware" doesn't include both SAM and even avr

1.6.1 is O'K so far, at least it compiles my old DUE libraries  :) 

RayLivingston

1.6.4 loads Due support as a separate package, using the Board Manager under the Tools menu.

Regards,
Ray L.

Magician


sveinutne

Yes, I got IDE 1.6.4 and installed package for DUE board, but I got problem with <util/delay>.
It is _delay_ms() that is giving problem. Any idea on what to do?

Maybe I can write my own version of _delay_ms()?

walterp

I'm using the 1.5.7 without any problems
Also I'm using Atmel Studio 6.2 + Visual Micro with this arduino version without any problem

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