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v1.0.2 (2019/11/15)

Summary

  • Feature improvement is available

New features and feature enhancements

  • [Config] Add Kernel/SDK Config in the right click menu.

Improved features

  • [Build] Add support for using a user name with multi-byte code in a Windows environment.

Documentation

Please refer to the following document for detailed usage.

v1.0.1 (2019/10/04)

Summary

  • Feature improvement is available

Improved features

  • [Config] Fixed an issue where some configuration loads were not correctly reflected.

  • [Build] Fixed an issue where the build would not run under certain conditions.

  • [Build] Removed an unnecessary warning message when building an application.

  • [Build] Fixed an issue that could not be built in a project that contains a hyphen (-) in the folder name.

Known issue

  • If "space" is included in the name of the folder containing the source code to be built, it will not work correctly.

    • For example, If there is a space in the user account name, placing the source code in the home or desktop will cause a space in the file path and will not work properly.

Documentation

Please refer to the following document for detailed usage.

Main Functions

  • Create project

    • Various templates are available

      • Create a template of command source code for NuttShell automatically.

      • Create a template of the multicore program(ASMP worker program) automatically.

    • Automatic setting of necessary parameters such as build and debug

      • Various json files required by VSCode are automatically created according to the environment.

      • Makefile, etc. for SDK build are created automatically.

  • Kernel configuration function using GUI

    • You can configure NuttX and Spresense SDK on the VS Code window.

  • Serial terminal function

    • You can use the VS Code terminal function to operate the console on Spresense board.

  • Firmware flashing function

    • The built firmware for main core and ELF file for sub-core can be flashed from VS Code.

Known issue

  • If "space" is included in the name of the folder containing the source code to be built, it will not work correctly.

    • For example, If there is a space in the user account name, placing the source code in the home or desktop will cause a space in the file path and will not work properly.

Documentation

Please refer to the following document for detailed usage.

v1.0.0 (2019/09/09)

Summary

Spresense SDK supports Visual Studio Code. You can try Spresense application development more easily with the new environment.

Main Functions

  • Create project

    • Various templates are available

      • Create a template of command source code for NuttShell automatically.

      • Create a template of the multicore program(ASMP worker program) automatically.

    • Automatic setting of necessary parameters such as build and debug

      • Various json files required by VSCode are automatically created according to the environment.

      • Makefile, etc. for SDK build are created automatically.

  • Kernel configuration function using GUI

    • You can configure NuttX and Spresense SDK on the VS Code window.

  • Serial terminal function

    • You can use the VS Code terminal function to operate the console on Spresense board.

  • Firmware flashing function

    • The built firmware for main core and ELF file for sub-core can be flashed from VS Code.

Known issue

  • If "space" is included in the name of the folder containing the source code to be built, it will not work correctly.

    • For example, If there is a space in the user account name, placing the source code in the home or desktop will cause a space in the file path and will not work properly.

Documentation

Please refer to the following document for detailed usage.