This point release mainly fixes embarrassing bugs that crept into the previous one. Here’s the build for ARM as well as our pre-configured Raspbian image. See our steps how to get started. Hope you enjoy!
- P2D/P3D on Raspberry Pi was broken when using the default (“legacy”) driver
- IO: Fix pinMode() retry logic
- IO: Make I2C errors more descriptive
- Java got updated to 8u181
That explains it, I was just going to post that I was getting better experience with the experimental
GL (Full KMS) OpenGL desktop driver with full KMS with the 126.96.36.199 release. One thing I had noted that using the legacy driver, I end with two mouse cursors with opengl sketches which is a bit naff.
Arf, I’ve just downloaded & installed “jdk1.8.0_172” 1 weak ago!
Well, time to do it all over again:
Sorry! Unfortunately Oracle changed their scheme in that all previous versions become inaccessible when a new one gets released. But since Processing comes with its own copy of the JRE, you should only need to install the JDK when you’re building Processing from source code.