Added tone() and noTone() functions for frequency generation.
Added Serial.end() command.
Added precision parameter for printing of floats / doubles.
Incorporated latest version of Firmata.
Fixed bug w/ disabling use of the RW pin in the LiquidCrystal library.
No longer disabling interrupts in delayMicroseconds().
Fixed bug w/ micros() returning incorrect values from within an interrupt.
Fixed bug that broke use of analog inputs 8-15 on the Mega.
Synchronized with the Processing 1.0.9 code base, bringing various fixes, including to a bug causing saving to fail when closing the last sketch.
Added support for third-party hardware in the SKETCHBOOK/hardware folder, mirroring the current structure of the hardware folder in Arduino.
Added Ctrl-Shift-M / Command-Shift-M shortcut for serial monitor.
Hold down shift when pressing the Verify / Compile or Upload toolbar buttons to generate verbose output (including command lines).
Moving build (on upload) from the applet/ sub-folder of the sketch to a temporary directory (fixing problems with uploading examples from within the Mac OS X disk image or a Linux application directory).
Fixed bug the prevented the inclusion of .cpp and .h (or .c and .h) files of the same name in a sketch.
Improved the Mac OS X disk image (.dmg): added a shortcut to the Applications folder, a background image with arrow, and new FTDI drivers.
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It’s been out for like a week or two now, but it’s awesome. The tone() and notone() functions are really useful.
dylan, “Whoops, we forgot to post up about this”… 🙂
No problem, you at least took the time to actually post it.
Oh damn i’m stupid.
Yeah, thanks — I hadn’t seen this either.
Now johngineer can create Arduino-based products with 1/17 more unintentional killing-power.