Version 1.15 has been released with the following features:-
Breakout boards can now specify additional parameters - egthings such as on board I2C pullup resistors
Some re-factoring around Library support
WebbotLib Studio Version 1.14
Tuesday 14 October 2014
Version 1.14 has been released with the following features:-
Some re-factoring around hardware programmers and software bootloaders
Add support for the Atmel Avr Dragon using ISP
WebbotLib Studio Version 1.13
Sunday 28 September 2014
Version 1.13 has been released with the following features:-
The previous download logic meant that you could end up with multiple download dialogues when installing from scratch. This has now been fixed and should be simpler for end users. If you have any download issues then let me know.
Using avrdude, particularly on Windows, was a bit problematic !! WebbotLib Studio now sends you here to download any required 3rd party software.
WebbotLib Studio Version 1.12
Sunday 21 September 2014
Version 1.12 has been released with the following features:
The online help is now rebuilt properly irrespective of your local PATH settings. Note that the available Help is 'per workspace' and will only show the help for core WebbotLib plus the devices you have chosen to download to the workspace. This avoids giving help on boards/devices that you do not use.
The table displaying devices used by a board or project now support dag and drop. You can use this to re-order the items in the same list and therefore the order in which the devices are initialised at power up. You can also use it to copy device set up from one project to another. For example: a complex biped robot project may use a large number of servos with a lot of set up info (ie range/center of each servo and the pin connections) that you want to re-use in another project. You can now drag the servo bank from the source project to a different project.
WebbotLib Studio Version 1.10
Monday 21 July 2014
Version 1.10 has been released with the following features:-
All of my devices have been updated to generate up-to-date offline help. See Help|Documentation
When adding/editing a given device to your board/project the 'Docs..' button now shows the WebbotLib Studio documentation rather than the old WebbotLib documentation - including any documentation created by 3rd party device driver authors.
Various bug fixes when editing devices
WebbotLib Studio Version 1.09
Monday 05 May 2014
Version 1.09 has been released with the following features:-
When working on a Project there is a new Files tab to allow you to open the source code for any file included by the Project.
Offline documentation is now generated for each workspace based on the devices that you have choosen to download.
Existing users with existing Workspaces should select 'Site | Download' and step through the Wizard to the 'Documentation' stage and then click the 'Create' button.
Documentation can then be viewed by selecting 'Help | Documentation'.
3rd party device publishers should make sure that their header files contain the relevant Doxygen documentation to assist their users.
I also need to work on the documentation for my own devices by annotating the header files with Doxygen comments. These will be released individually as and when they are done.
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