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CircuitPython 0.9.6 – Fresh Bugs

From the GitHub release page:

Who knew there would still be more bugs to fix? 😛 Thanks to everyone who has found and reported issues. We really appreciate the feedback. In fact, we now auto-build every commit to the repository and make it available for testing here. So, if you feel like finding fresh bugs give an auto-build a try. 🙂

This release is based on MicroPython 1.8.7.

Change highlights since 0.9.5:

  • atmel-samd: HID Mouse support fixed by @dhalbert.
  • atmel-samd: Disabled pulseio (PWMOut, PulseIn and PulseOut) in non-express builds in favor of touch.
  • atmel-samd: Switched to FreeTouch for touch support and enabled in all builds.
  • esp8266: Fixed bidirectional SPI thanks to @jerryneedell.
  • atmel-samd: Fix potential buffer overflow when providing start index to I2C and SPI read/write functions.
  • atmel-samd: Turn on built-in framebuf module for express boards.

To install, download a .bin file and follow the guide here for M0 and here for ESP8266.

Have a Feather M0 Express? Download a .uf2 and follow these instructions. To install our libraries simply download the latest bundle and copy the lib folder onto your CIRCUITPY drive.


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