Problems with Arduino IDE 1.8.12 and ModBus library

Hi Guys I just want to let you know that the project called “Modbus RTU via RS485” in the following link for some reason doesn’t work under Arduino IDE 1.8.12, I was using Controllino Mega which is based on Arduino Mega 2560, the controller is constantly reseting when the code is uploaded from Arduino IDE 1.8.12, the code works perfectly when is uploaded from Arduino IDE 1.8.1.

The code will work perfectly on both IDE’s (1.8.12 and 1.8.1), as long as I don’t use any “digitalWrite” or “analogWrite”, If I use any of those commands using IDE 1.8.12 the micro crashes.

I don’t know why the two IDE’s behave differently but I wanted to put it out there.

#include <Controllino.h> /* Usage of CONTROLLINO library allows you to use CONTROLLINO_xx aliases in your sketch. */
#include "ModbusRtu.h" /* Usage of ModBusRtu library allows you to implement the Modbus RTU protocol in your sketch. */
 CONTROLLINO - Modbus RTU protocol Slave example for MAXI and MEGA, Version 01.00
 The sketch is relevant only for CONTROLLINO variants MAXI and MEGA (because of necessity of RS485 interface)!

 This sketch is intended as an example of the communication between devices via RS485 with utilization the 
 ModbusRTU protocol.
 In this example the CONTROLLINO is used as the Modbus slave!
 For more information about the Modbus protocol visit the website:
 Modbus master device can read Modbus 16bit registers (provided by the slave):
 0 - analog CONTROLLINO_A0 value (0 - 1024)
 1 - digital CONTROLLINO_D0 value (0/1)
 2 - Modbus messages received
 3 - Modbus messages transmitted

 Modbus master device can write Modbus 16bit registers:
 4 - relay CONTROLLINO_R0 (0/1)
 5 - relay CONTROLLINO_R1 (0/1)
 6 - relay CONTROLLINO_R2 (0/1)
 7 - relay CONTROLLINO_R3 (0/1)

 To easily evaluate this example you need a second CONTROLLINO as Modbus master running DemoModbusRTUMaster 
 example sketch.
 Please note that both CONTROLLINOs need 12/24V external supply and you need to interconnect GND, -, + signals 
 of RS485 screw terminal.

 Modbus Master-Slave library for Arduino (ModbusRtu.h) was taken from the website:
 It was necessary to modify setting of the PORTJ for pins DE and RE control. These pins are located at the 
 PORJ and on the pins PIN6(DE) and PIN5(RE).

 Please, select proper target board in Tools->Board->Controllino MAXI/MEGA before Upload to your CONTROLLINO.
 (Please, refer to if you do not see the CONTROLLINOs in 
 the Arduino IDE menu Tools->Board.)

 Created 30 March 2017
 by David

 (Check for the latest CONTROLLINO related software stuff.)

// This MACRO defines Modbus slave address.
// For any Modbus slave devices are reserved addresses in the range from 1 to 247.
// Important note only address 0 is reserved for a Modbus master device!

#define SlaveModbusAdd 5

// This MACRO defines number of the comport that is used for RS 485 interface.
// For MAXI and MEGA RS485 is reserved UART Serial3.

#define RS485Serial 3

// The object ControllinoModbuSlave of the class Modbus is initialized with three parameters.
// The first parametr specifies the address of the Modbus slave device.
// The second parameter specifies type of the interface used for communication between devices - in this sketch 
// is used RS485.
// The third parameter can be any number. During the initialization of the object this parameter has no effect.

Modbus ControllinoModbusSlave(SlaveModbusAdd, RS485Serial, 0);

// This uint16 array specified internal registers in the Modbus slave device.
// Each Modbus device has particular internal registers that are available for the Modbus master.
// In this example sketch internal registers are defined as follows:
// (ModbusSlaveRegisters 0 - 3 read only and ModbusSlaveRegisters 4 - 7 write only from the Master perspective):
// ModbusSlaveRegisters[0] - Read an analog value from the CONTROLLINO_A0 - returns value in the range from 0 to 1023.
// ModbusSlaveRegisters[1] - Read an digital value from the CONTROLLINO_D0 - returns only the value 0 or 1.
// ModbusSlaveRegisters[2] - Read the number of incoming messages - Communication diagnostic.
// ModbusSlaveRegisters[3] - Read the number of number of outcoming messages - Communication diagnostic.
// ModbusSlaveRegisters[4] - Sets the Relay output CONTROLLINO_R0 - only the value 0 or 1 is accepted.
// ModbusSlaveRegisters[5] - Sets the Relay output CONTROLLINO_R1 - only the value 0 or 1 is accepted.
// ModbusSlaveRegisters[6] - Sets the Relay output CONTROLLINO_R2 - only the value 0 or 1 is accepted.
// ModbusSlaveRegisters[7] - Sets the Relay output CONTROLLINO_R3 - only the value 0 or 1 is accepted.

uint16_t ModbusSlaveRegisters[8];

// The setup function runs once when you press reset (CONTROLLINO RST button) or connect the CONTROLLINO to the PC
// In the setup function is carried out port setting and initialization of communication of the Modbus slave protocol.

void setup()
 pinMode(D0, OUTPUT); 
 pinMode(D1, INPUT); 
 pinMode(R0, OUTPUT); 
 pinMode(A0_, INPUT); 

 ControllinoModbusSlave.begin( 19200 ); // Start the communication over the ModbusRTU protocol. Baund rate is set at 19200.

// The loop function runs over and over again forever
void loop()
 // This instance of the class Modbus checks if there are any incoming data.
 // If any frame was received. This instance checks if a received frame is Ok.
 // If the received frame is Ok the instance poll writes or reads corresponding values to the internal registers 
 // (ModbusSlaveRegisters).
 // Main parameters of the instance poll are address of the internal registers and number of internal registers.
 ControllinoModbusSlave.poll(ModbusSlaveRegisters, 8);

 // While are not received or sent any data, the Modbus slave device periodically reads the values of analog and 
 // digital outputs.
 // Also it updates the other values of registers.

 analogWrite(D0, ModbusSlaveRegisters[0]);
 digitalWrite(R0, ModbusSlaveRegisters[2]);
 ModbusSlaveRegisters[1] = digitalRead(D1); 
 ModbusSlaveRegisters[3] = analogRead(A0_); 

You can get the ModbusRtu.h code here