LUFA 120219 Released!
The latest LUFA version, 120219 is now released! This version contains many bug fixes that are rather critical to all users, so please upgrade. Once again, as always, a big thank you to the wide(ning) community around LUFA for all your help.
In this release the CDC driver issues of LUFA 111009 are fixed, along with many other improvements and upgrades. This is also hopefully the last release before XMEGA and AVR32 devices are fully supported along with demos, but I can’t promise anything just yet. I’ll put a link to the changelog below, so you can check out exactly what’s been altered without having to have me list it all here.
Over the weekend I implemented the start of a new BuildTest system, what will eventually become a set of unit tests and build tests to verify as much of LUFA as possible in an automated manner. It’s in its infancy at the moment, but even with the very simple test scripts I have now I already uncovered a few latent bugs which are now fixed in trunk and this release. In the future, I hope to add in a few automated scripts to compile, program, run and verify a set of basic applications on real hardware.
Without further ado, I give you LUFA 120219:
Precompiled Documentation: LUFA 120219 Documentation
Online Documentation: LUFA 120219 Online Docs