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    Teensyduino 1.43 Released

    Teensyduino 1.43 has been released.

    https://www.pjrc.com/teensy/td_download.html

    The main new feature is support for Arduino 1.8.6.

    The installer now support a "headless" command line install. Run with --dir=<directory> to specify the Arduino install location, and run automatically without the GUI.

    Several minor bugs were fixed. See "Teensyduino History" on the download page for details.

    No changes were made since 1.43-beta3.

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    Looks like Arduino 1.8.7 will be coming early next week. This is the first time I've ever seen them decisively schedule it several days in advance.

    https://github.com/arduino/Arduino/c...046b69c2b82fc1

    Cristian did mention in a comment on a github issue that it might be within a couple days of the goal.

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    Looks like 1.8.7 might also be the first to actually publish an official Linux AARCH64 download.

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    My intention is a very short beta test period before finalizing 1.44.

    If anyone has any suggestions of stuff I should merge for 1.44, now's the time.

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    My guess is, it is probably too late for me to get my ... back in gear and try to get some of the USB Host bluetooth stuff I had working at some point good enough to get into the release... But maybe I will get inspired...

    Right now diverted on other processor...

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    Assuming Arduino doesn't do anything surprising, my general plan is 1.45 somewhere near Christmas.

    If the bluetooth stuff is just a driver & doesn't require edits in the rest of the library, let's get it merged. If changes are needed in ehci or enumeration, then let's hold off...

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    The Bluetooth stuff was a bit tricky... Could maybe be less so. But I was trying to make using it somewhat more transparent.

    That is instead of having several new device types, like the USB Host shield 2 code, where you have different classes for:
    USB Mouse they also then have a Bluetooth Mouse. Likewise for Keyboards and Joysticks..

    So I started off like the HID code and the try to build in support to the higher level objects like Joystick, Mouse, Keyboard...

    As I mentioned earlier, I had a version that was working for a remote keyboard/pad ... Later had some stuff working on PS3 and PS4... Difficulty is figuring out how some of these different devices want their pairing, trusting.... to work. Example how to setup to do a device pairing...

    More info back on the thread: https://forum.pjrc.com/threads/49358...Host-Bluetooth
    But again I have not looked at it for several months... So maybe should wait until the 1.45 release

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    Oh, yeah, that does sound like something that wants to be carefully considered.

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