I've taken a look at the way 1.6.2 does things, and there isnt a way to use the Boards Manager for anything other than Arduino LLC boardsI strongly suspect this has something to do with the ongoing internal battle.
Or if worst comes to worst I could repackage the compilor as part of the repo, as its possible to include external zips into a "Release" packageIts kind of hard to know what to do for the best at the moment Any ideas ??
I will continue to push for a way to add additional boards via the Board Manager and will attempt to build the IDE from source tomorrow (once I sort out my issues with JDK and Ant etc etc)In the mean time I've updated my Readme and also the wiki and added an issue to say 1.6.2+ is not currently supported
He Guys,I just spend more then a day trying to the CardInfo example running on a maple mini board.The SD is wired to SPI2 and chip select is on pin D14. It's hard wired so I cannot change it for testing.Should the SPI2 work or am I chasing something that is not meant to be (yet?)( it works correctly with the original maple stuff, but I want to use the arduino IDE because it has a more recent libmaple under the hood)I have an Olimex maple-clone that also uses SPI2 for its SD card but it has the same problem.Please give me some pointers as I think I am in uncharted territories.Cheers
I see big dark clouds over the arduino team/project, the only winner will be the lawers.When worse comes to worse the STM32-Arduino project will get a new home at UECIDE for sure.edit: sorry for the misleading link, was only a dictionary website I use for translating german phrases
I am just one voice but if Arduino is going to have call-home capabilities, I think we should jump this runaway train ASAP.