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@harry: sure, I am working on it day and night. Fixing the last problems and hope to get the release online in two weeks.

It will be a standalone release and not part of an official Arduino release.

I test everything under Windows and Mac OSX. And of course the sources are released too, so anyone who has Linux can give it a try as well. So if there are any requests for changes in the (original) IDE please post them here soon.

Also have a look at the project page (http://www.luminet.cc) for changes. The package will be release there.
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Any news about the ATTiny Arduino IDE release?  I can't wait to test it out - I already have an Arduino-like board assembled for it and I'd love to program it up using your IDE.  Thanks!  smiley
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Everything finished. But I have to wait until Tuesday to upload it, because my upload speed at home is too slow.
So come back Tuesday or Wednesday, then you can download it.

And one new feature was added: If you create a new sketch, then setup() and loop() are automatically inserted, you only need to fill these functions with your code.
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I'm super excited! is the modified IDE going to be on top of Arduino 15? Also any updates on getting in branched into the next arduino release?
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I will upload the binaries for Windows and for Mac OS X tomorrow (Tuesday) afternoon. Everything is running very nice now.

Oh, it is based on 0014, because I liked it better than 0015. But I will update the sources and binaries to new versions in the future. But of course this edition is neither 0014 nor 0015... it is something different smiley
 

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Here is the modified IDE for Windows (binaries only, sources come in an extra zip file):
Download Windows Version

And here are the binaries for Mac OS X:
Download Mac OS X Version

Please give some feedback smiley
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Good to see its been released. I'm very much looking forward to using this in an upcoming project. I haven't had a chance to look at the new IDE yet, but any chance we could have some info such as what additions you've used and what the pin allocations are?

Thanks for you work!

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What pin allocations do you mean? For the ATtiny chip? Or for the BitBang?
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Sorry, i meant for which pin in the ide relates to the pin on the chip, for instance if i do a digitalwrite(1, HIGH) which physical pin will go high? Also which pins are which ADC, and does i2c work?

Also do you have any hardware designed as a prototype board? i'm halfway through designing one to use in a breadboard, as with the arduino nano, but i would like to see your take on the hardware.

Thanks
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Thanks for the IDE - looks like it will be helpful to many of us.  For just general purpose ATTinyx5 work, which LumiNet board should be selected as a target?  I have a board with an ATTiny85V on it and I wanted to test out the IDE but I wasn't sure what device to target.

Thanks again!
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Select the SENSOR board, then you can burn the sketch (and the bootloader) via ISP programmer (e.g. stk500 or FTDI BitBang) to your chip when you hit the Upload Button

I will support other mcus soon. If you have an ATtiny-based project then I will support you to use the modified IDE, just ask whatever you need to know.
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Really looking forward to some ATtiny support with the IDE!!!  Purdy please!
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Really looking forward to some ATtiny support with the IDE!!!  Purdy please!
Didn't you see the download links above?

You must download the modified IDE and then you got ATtiny support. Select the "LumiNet Sensor Node" Board if you have an ATtiny-powered Arduino board and want to upload sketches to it via ISP (select the corresponding ISP Programmer in the Burn Bootloader Menu)


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Awesome! Thanks bohne!  I'll check it out this week.
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Is there any more documentation available? Is I2C working? Thanks
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