Sorry, one question.
No need to apologize. The point of the forum is to ask questions.
What about Arduino IDE 1.0 and Tiny core?
I've been tracking, reviewing, and testing against the changes to the Arduino IDE. As far as I can tell, there is just one change required. Basically, an "Arduino.h" file has to be added to the core directory that includes "WProgram.h"...http://code.google.com/p/arduino-tiny/issues/detail?id=21
In general, I will always wait until after the next IDE has been released before releasing a compatible Tiny Core.
I'm using Tiny85 and Tiny84 and I would like to know about Tiny core upgrades
I have lots of goodies planned for the next release. The work is progressing nicely. Unfortunately, it may be a few weeks before its ready.
● Variation of the digital*Fast functions designed to minimize the Flash consumed
● Inlined versions of the other core functions (tone, analogWrite, analogRead, etcetera) also designed to minimize the Flash consumed
● Dramatically improved Tiny Tuner
● Improvements the the Arduino ISP (aka Mega ISP) sketch
● Nice support for the ATtiny13
● Portability improvements
I mean, when the Arduino IDE 1.0 will be released, will the actual Tiny core be compatible with it or should we wait for a Tiny core 1.0?
No reason to wait. The one change is enough that you can start using the 1.0 IDE.