If you would like to write your own code for the Core1 using the Arduino programming environment (IDE), then you’re going to need to install some stuff.
This assumes that you’re using Arduino IDE version 1.6 or greater - if you’re not then none of this will make sense and you should stop here to preserve your sanity. We recommend using the latest version - our development has been done using version 1.8.13.
We have split this page into sections to make it a bit more digestible, feel free to skip the parts you already know!
Arduino.h; API changed for
wsInitAudio; Tools menu changed to add Sample Rate selection.
hex2wavfile so that when exporting a
wavfile it’s not played. Also appear to have re-introduced the bug when no programmer is selected. Workaround is to set the programmer in the Tools menu.
Export Compiled Binarynow generates a
wavfile alongside the output hex.
0.0.4 Added a couple of simple examples to check functionality.
hex2wav.jarhas been recompiled to target JRE8.
hex2wav.jarhas been compiled with a recent version of Java, so may not work on all platforms (
java.lang.UnsupportedClassVersionError) - this will be addressed in the next version.
Please raise any issues on the issue tracker!