[hackspacebristol] arduino workshop helpers! Barney, Kaspar, Tarim, Patrick, Anton, Steve B and Jon
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Tue Mar 6 22:08:41 UTC 2012
Thanks for that input Jon. There definitely are still reasons to use 0022
or 0023, I still use it for my RepRap controller. I think, though, that by
the time people doing a beginners course now are confident enough to start
doing things that complex then most projects will be working on 1.0
So I reckon we go for 1.0 for the workshop as well.
I got some 7 seg displays today so we can do something with them if the
participants are interested.
Katie won't be arriving until about 11 on the Sunday morning but I should
be able to make it for 10.
On Mar 6, 2012 6:08 PM, "Chocolate Jon" <chocojon at blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:
> Right. I've been playing around with the Arduino as an ISP. I have been
> having quite a few issues with the "ArduinoISP" sketch that was released
> with Arduino 1.0. After a fair bit of searching around, checking everything
> several times and faffinf almost endlessly, I've managed to get both
> Arduino 0022 and Arduino 1.0 to work with the ISP sketch (main thing:
> download version 04 from the google code repository). I think that this is
> just a very minor issue which most people won't ever see. So, apologies for
> the confusion.
> TL;DR version: I was wrong. You can get Arduino 1.0 to work as ISP with an
> Arduino Uno. I just needed to get the right add-on bit of software.
> I do slightly prefer the 1.0 interface over the 0022 interface and for the
> workshop, I think we should use the 1.0 environment (0022 also says it's
> alpha whereas 1.0 is a full release).
> Sorry for any confusion there. I'll go back to eating humble pie.
> On 02/03/2012 18:04, Nathan Dumont wrote:
>> I just had a thought as I was installing the Arduino IDE, I think it was
>> decided to stick to version 0022 for the workshop? If this is the case it
>> might be worth emailing that around participants as I'm sure the event page
>> asked them to come with the IDE pre installed.
>> Is it a good idea to be encouraging people to use deprecated versions of
>> the software when they're just learning and have no prejudices towards "the
>> way it used to work"? I'm not sure how many difficulties there are with
>> 1.0 but it has seemed quite usable to me when I've tried it.
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