Arduino for Linux 1.8.15 freeware
Arduino can sense the environment by receiving input from a variety of sensors and can affect its surroundings by controlling lights, motors, and other actuators. Arduino for Linux is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It's intended for artists, designers, hobbyists, and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments.
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|Keywords||Arduino Platform, Write Code, Upload Code, Arduino Code, Writer, Compiler|
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|1.8.15||May 14, 2021||New Release||HOTFIX:
Fixed regression in library discovery (failing to compile bundled libs, like SD or Ethernet, on some platforms)
|1.8.14||May 12, 2021||New Release||Ide:
Fix status bar custom board preferences disappearing (thanks @magedrifaat)
Boards Manager bugfix: sometimes the "Install" button appeared instead of "Update" after entering a search term.
Libraries/Boards Manager: the Type and Category filters are kept after install/uninstall.
Added 'deprecated' label support in Boards Manager, platforms marked as deprecated are shown at the bottom of the list.
Serial Plotter: line endings dropdown menu now comply with the global preference settings. (thanks @sceniclife)
Libraries Manager: Maintainer is displayed instead of the Author.
Firmware Updater: Added new firmwares and support for Nano RP2040 Connect.
Boards Manager: cached 3rd party package_index.json are no more deleted if the origin URL is removed from preferences, this allows other tools (like arduino-cli), that may have different URLs configuration, to work properly.
The board configuration submenus are now scrollable.
|1.8.12||Feb 13, 2020||New Release||[ide]:
Reverted the bundled Java JRE to the latest freely redistributable Oracle JRE for all
macOS (due to notarization)
aarch64 (due to missing graphical support)
Switching to AdoptJDK demonstrated to be more challenging than expected, bringing in
some corner case bugs that were not being caught by our testing procedures:
To guarantee the best user experience we decided to revert to the latest working JRE
until all the issues are resolved.
Improved visualization of compiler errors (@matthijskooijman)
Fixed: "Comparison method violates its original contract" error in library manager
Serial monitor is no more cleared during upload, so it can be copy/pasted (@PaulStoffregen)
FIX REGRESSION: library priority selection for bundled libraries (like SD or Ethernet)
FIX REGRESSION: use AVR core installed via Board Manager (when present) instead of the one bundled in the IDE