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1907.25.0 - Extended Programmers List (Read 125 times)
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1907.25.0 - Extended Programmers List
Jul 26th, 2019 at 12:07am
Download Visual Micro 1907.25 for VS2017 and VS2019

  • Initial release with an extended range of programmers for various architecures.
  • Programmer selection is now saved with project and configuration if enabled via the vMicro>General menu, otherwise programmers are saved for the project
  • Programmers tool  bar has been added to the "Toolbar Auto Visibility" menu. Auto visbility is ON by default, switch it off and hide the tool bar if not required.
  • NOTE: VS2017 must be 15.8 or above! Please keep your IDE up to date.

Download Visual Micro 1907.16.0

  • All hardware debugger have been refreshed and tested

Download Visual Micro 1907.14.3

  • Ignore Microsoft throwing exception when attempting to reset the VS2019 after a build
  • Initial hardware debugging release required additional support and testing for :-
    • STM32
    • SAM
    • SAMD
    • ESP32

Download Visual Miro 1907.9.0 for Visual Studio 2017/2019
  • Add support for the hooks.sketch.prebuild events to run before the core is compiled. Teensy3 uses the event to create an arduino.h.pch in the temp build folder. The .pch file is required when the core is compiled. In future releases of visual micro we will attempt to build the sketch code before the core and libraries,  then the event will fire in the same order as the arduino ide.

Download Visual Micro 1907.6.7 for VS2017/2019

  • Caused by recent changes to Async extension for VS2019 but affects 2017 too because it is the same code. The workaround for other VS2019 tool window issues caused a delay creating the tool window frame on some machines causing an internal timer startup failure.

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