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pert

another thought is that arduino.org can do beginer just as well as arduino.cc
Hardware-wise yes, but they just don't have the support of the community that is Arduino's greatest strength. I haven't used their IDE but from looking at the amount of development done to it I think it's far behind arduino.cc's IDE. Of course that means it has probably avoided the bugs added to the .cc IDE since 1.6.5-r5 but I definitely recommend a beginner to use .cc's 1.6.5-r5 over .org's 1.7.x.

AbilioPereira

Hi
The Hourly Builds should have an associated release notes link to enable to have a look on what is beeing changed otherwise we need to download the entire package to check it. Can you consider it?

pert

The Hourly Builds should have an associated release notes link to enable to have a look on what is beeing changed otherwise we need to download the entire package to check it.
I agree that would be a good thing to add to the downloads page, though you should have started a new thread(actually it was already suggested previously at http://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=343074) instead of hijacking this thread. Well, anyway you can see the latest release notes at https://github.com/arduino/Arduino/blob/master/build/shared/revisions.txt or if you want to see all changes that have been made: https://github.com/arduino/Arduino/commits/master and https://github.com/arduino/arduino-builder/commits/master(actually there are a couple other repositories but those are the most important two).

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