New communication examples (w/ corresponding Processing and Max/MSP code) by Tom Igoe.
[core / libraries]
Adding support for the Arduino Pro and Pro Mini 3.3V / 8 MHz w/ ATmega328.
Adding support for the LilyPad Arduino w/ ATmega328.
Adding write(str) and write(buf, size) methods to Print, Serial, and the Ethernet library Client and Server classes. This allows for more efficient (fewer packet) Ethernet communication. (Thanks to mikalhart.)
Improvements to the way the Ethernet library Client class connects and disconnects. Should reduce or eliminate failed connections and long timeouts. (Thanks to Bruce Luckcuck.)
Optimizing the timer0 overflow interrupt handler (used for millis() and micros()). Thanks to westfw and mikalhart.
Fixing bug that limited the bit() macro to 15 bits. Thanks to Paul Badger.
Adding ARDUINO version constant (thanks to prodding from mikalhart).
Ordering the items in the Tools > Board menu.
Adding “Copy as HTML” command to the Tools menu.
Eliminating (maybe) the occasional “Couldn’t determine program size” errors. Thanks to the Clever Monkey.
Moving selection of Linux look-and-feel into the arduino script so it can be changed by users. Thanks to Eberhard Fahle.
Adding automatic dependency generation to the Makefile. (Lars Immisch)
Eink, E-paper, Think Ink – Collin shares six segments pondering the unusual low-power display technology that somehow still seems a bit sci-fi – http://adafruit.com/thinkink
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