IDE 2.0 - amazing! Arm builds anytime?

I love Arduino IDE 2.0. Just the right mix of features, complexity and Arduino accessibility. Congratulations!

I would be more than happy to pay or have paid for this. I will go back and donate to support. I buy only genuine Arduino boards to try and ensure what little support I can. I have paid for other editors and tools that are not as usable as this. Many thanks!

Will ARM builds come along soon? I am moving my devices to all ARM - Intel iMac going MX if/when Apple release one, Lab PC moving from i7 Windows 10 NUC to Apple M1 mini and all other devices are RasPI 4 and 400. No real need to run Intel or Windows now for me - apart from Arduino IDE 2.0! Happy to contribute to a crowd fund, Patreon or whatever else if helps or accelerates.

Thanks again. Delighted. Can’t wait to see the new RP controller options from Arduino. Holding off buying to buy official.

The Arduino line includes several arm boards, among them Arduino Due and Portenta H7 and they are supported already, I dont have thesse particular boards so have not tested. I have tested several STM Nucleo and Discovery boards using the "STM32 cores by STMicroelectronics" package. The toolchain works without problems for builds and uploads, even debug but that is still flaky.

agregson:
I love Arduino IDE 2.0. Just the right mix of features, complexity and Arduino accessibility. Congratulations!

I would be more than happy to pay or have paid for this. I will go back and donate to support. I buy only genuine Arduino boards to try and ensure what little support I can. I have paid for other editors and tools that are not as usable as this. Many thanks!

Hi @agregson. I'm very glad to hear you like it. Thanks very much for your support of the Arduino project.

agregson:
Will ARM builds come along soon?

I don't know what the timeline is on this, but the lack of them is something Arduino is aware of and wants to remedy.

The issue in the repository for tracking this is here:

That was submitted by no less than the lead developer of the Arduino IDE 2.x project, Akos Kitta.