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Download it from:

Windows (w/ Vista support): http://www.arduino.cc/files/arduino-0010-win.zip
Mac (Universal): http://www.arduino.cc/files/arduino-0010-mac.zip
Linux version in the next week or two.

New features include:

* Support for the LilyPad Arduino.
* Vista support.
* Mac OS X universal distribution.
* Printing!
* Copy for discourse.
* New Board menu replaces the Microcontroller menu.
* New Burn Bootloader menu offers a choice of programmers.
* New and improved keyboard shortcuts.
* Fixed some find/replace bugs.
* Better auto-format.
* Improved error messages when uploading.
* Support for COM10 and higher on Windows.
* Fixed automatic refresh of the Serial Port menu under Windows.
* Quaqua look-and-feel on Mac OS X.
* Reorganization of the Arduino application directory.
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And the Linux version is up too: http://www.arduino.cc/files/arduino-0010-linux.tgz
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a little info to safe somebody's time (as i looked around a bit till i found the right place).

windows libary location has changed to:
Code:
ARDUINO\hardware\libraries\ExampleLibNameDir

Maybe you should update http://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/Libraries to reflect new location.
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Thanks, fixed.
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Hi,
changing the location of the libraries should be annouced more loudly (probably before the new version is released).

I wrote a library and for the arduino. In the documentation for it I also give some basic installation instructions.
Would have been nice If I had a chance of updating my own docs before the library-directories have been changed.

I subscribed to the developers-mailing list now. I guess things like that are discussed over there?

Eberhard




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Yes, sorry.  You're right, I was thinking that this was more of an internal change, forgetting, of course, that people need to actually use the libraries directory to install new libraries.  My apologies.  

Yea, the developers list is the place for this kind of discussion, though I didn't do a great job of announcing the change there either (although there were a series of pre-releases with the new directory structure).
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... the developers list is the place for this kind of discussion, though I didn't do a great job of announcing the change there either (although there were a series of pre-releases with the new directory structure).
I'm not checking the pre-releases, and probably will not in the future, but if you could send a 2 minutes... no make that 2 days :-) ... warning on the developers mailing list, I'll be fine
Thanks in advance

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Sure.  I try to send out advance warning of changes (far more than 2 days ahead of time), but it's hard to include every single thing that's changed.  That's why I provide pre-releases: if you want to make sure there aren't any changes that break your library (or the documentation or whatever), it's best to try it against the actual software, since it has all the changes.  smiley
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