After a couple of months of development, I am proud to annouce v1.1.0 of Arduino Makefile.
The following are some of the new features in this release
- Support for ChipKIT 2013
- Ability to set fuses without burning a bootloader
- Ability to specify
OPTIMIZATION_FLAGSbased on target
- Support for usbtiny and usbasp
In addition to the above features, there were also lot of bug fixes. You can see the complete list of changes in the release notes.
You can download the latest code from github and then follow the instructions to set it up.
The debian package
arduino-mk is also updated to v1.1.0. So if you prefer to have a package, then you can install using
aptitude. Package for Fedora and homebrew are coming soon.
Special thanks to sej7278 for building the package and for Scott Howard for uploading it to Debian.
This release would not have been possible without the help from lot of contributors. Following is the list of contributors in no particular order.
You can also find more details about their contribution from the release notes.
The following are some of the planned features for the future releases.
- Package for Fedora
- Package for homebrew
- Arduino 1.5.x support
If you have any specific feature in mind, then do let us know about it in the issue tracker.
BTW, Happy New year everyone 🙂
Nice! Looking forward to seeing 1.5.x support! 🙂
Pingback: Arduino Makefile updatesHardware Fun | Hardware Fun