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Fourth Preview of TinyCLR OS Core Features

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Posted 7mth ago (modified)
by John_ghielectroncs | Employee
Posted 7mth ago (modified)
by John_ghielectroncs | Employee
Today we are excited to release the fourth preview of our TinyCLR OS. This release fixes a few bugs, adds a few features like a more complete serial API and the Marshal class, and -- most importantly -- lays a lot of internal ground work for something big coming in a future release. So stay tuned!

All you need to do to get going is make sure you have Visual Studio 2017, install the latest extension, update your device's firmware, and drop the new NuGet packages in your local feed. If you're just now getting started with TinyCLR or just want a quick refresh, take a look at the first news post for more information.

Some of the things that exist today in TinyCLR OS:
  • Stable preview firmware for G30, G80, G120, G400, and products based on them
  • GPIO, UART, SPI, I2C, ADC, DAC, PWM, LCD, and signal generation and capture support
  • Full debugging capabilities including breakpoints, source stepping, and variable inspection
  • Support for Visual Studio 2017 and the new Roslyn compiler with an easy install
  • Practically unlimited max allocation size
  • Improved deployment and startup times
  • Better diagnostics support
  • Code in C# and Visual Basic

While this preview includes the core features of TinyCLR OS, there is still a lot to do. Here are a few of the things in progress or under consideration:
  • USB host and client
  • File system
  • More graphics
  • Secure networking
  • Device updates
  • Generics
  • Controller Area Network
  • Runtime Loadable Procedures
  • Improved class library
  • ... and many more!

TinyCLR OS 0.4.0 Download: http://ghielectronics.com/downloads/TinyCLR/TinyCLR.0.4.0.zip
TinyCLR OS Release Notes: https://www.ghielectronics.com/docs/350/tinyclr-os
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Reply #1 — Posted 7mth ago
by x893.00 | Newbie | 120 exp
Reply #1 — Posted 7mth ago
by x893.00 | Newbie | 120 exp
Hi,
looks interesting.
Can i use TinyCLR OS with FEZ Cerb40 (not II) with STM32F205RG chip ?
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Reply #2 — Posted 7mth ago
by Gus_ghielectroncs | Employee
Reply #2 — Posted 7mth ago
by Gus_ghielectroncs | Employee
x893.00 says:

Hi,
looks interesting.
Can i use TinyCLR OS with FEZ Cerb40 (not II) with STM32F205RG chip ?

As of now, we have " G30, G80, G120, G400" but you need to stay tuned for future announcements Wink
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Reply #3 — Posted 7mth ago
by NoNickName | Newbie | 134 exp
Reply #3 — Posted 7mth ago
by NoNickName | Newbie | 134 exp
Great news. I'm staying tuned.
Reply #4 — Posted 7mth ago
by Mr. John Smith | Legend | 42,263 exp
Reply #4 — Posted 7mth ago
by Mr. John Smith | Legend | 42,263 exp
x893.00 says:

Hi,
looks interesting.
Can i use TinyCLR OS with FEZ Cerb40 (not II) with STM32F205RG chip ?

@Gus, he read my mind. Smiley
Reply #5 — Posted 7mth ago
by Brett | Superhuman | 125,590 exp
Reply #5 — Posted 7mth ago
by Brett | Superhuman | 125,590 exp
Does Cerb40 really have an F2 chip on it? I'm pretty sure it's an F4.
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Reply #6 — Posted 7mth ago
by cehlers | Newbie | 120 exp
Reply #6 — Posted 7mth ago
by cehlers | Newbie | 120 exp
Yes the CERB40 uses the STM32F405RG. I'm currently using mine with Micropython.
Reply #7 — Posted 7mth ago
by Gus_ghielectroncs | Employee
Reply #7 — Posted 7mth ago
by Gus_ghielectroncs | Employee
cehlers says:
Yes the CERB40 uses the STM32F405RG. I'm currently using mine with Micropython.

How do you like microphone?
Reply #8 — Posted 7mth ago
by Designer | King | 24,688 exp
Reply #8 — Posted 7mth ago
by Designer | King | 24,688 exp
Gus says:

cehlers says:
Yes the CERB40 uses the STM32F405RG. I'm currently using mine with Micropython.

How do you like microphone?

Microphone vs Micro Python
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Reply #9 — Posted 7mth ago
by Gus_ghielectroncs | Employee
Reply #9 — Posted 7mth ago
by Gus_ghielectroncs | Employee
@Designer - a spell checker awesomeness!

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