With 4.0 and 4.1, we had a release almost right when Microsoft release their bits. 4.2 is a special case for many reasons, most are internal
The move to 4.3 will be smooth and in much less time than 4.2.
Here is a video of us releasing and talking about 4.0 open source. The video was on youtube in August (recorded weeks before but Microsoft asked us to not post it and they posted it later on their account.) and here is the release dated November http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=23546
But here’s to 4.3, may the coding gods smile upon us and deliver all the goodies quickly and easily.
I know you are not. We are just not very happy because the current delay is not usual for GHI. But the building move for the second time in one year, training new developers, open source, gadgeteer, new products (not all are public yet) and other good secrets are all things that came together in one year
We still think we can get it all out by November. Why is this goal? We have few surprises for the holiday season
@ Gus it has been a heck of a year for you guys as I’m sure the growth, the new building, new products etc haven’t made this the easiest year for you, but hopefully it is all working out great for you guys. I’m looking forward to those surprises!!!
All v4.2 QFEs features and bug fixes (PWM enhancements, lwIP and network driver reliability improvements, Analog Output, WinUSB and latest GCC support)
Ok, here’s a tip – When it says “support” for Visual Studio 2012, think REQUIRED! The SDK will not install without VS2012 preinstalled. Also, if you are installing the free express version, it has to be the “Desktop Edition”. I tried the Win8 edition and the SDK would not install with that one.
I am down to 9 errors on the build with GCC + NETMF43. I will probably give it a week before I give up this time… If I get it to build, I’ll post instructions…
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