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Arduino 1.0.1 release includes Arduino Leonardo support and multiple translations.

David MellisMay 22nd, 2012

I’m very happy to announce that Arduino 1.0.1 is now available on the software page. This release includes a ton of bug fixes and new features (see the release notes for details). The biggest additions are support for the Arduino Leonardo and translation of the Arduino development environment into multiple languages. We’ll be doing a blog post on the Leonardo soon but, for now, see its getting started page and hardware page.

The translations were the work of many people, particularly Shigeru Kanemoto (who internationalized the software and translated it into Japanese) and David Cuartielles from the Arduino team (who coordinated the translation process). Languages in Arduino 1.0.1: Arabic, Aragonese, Catalan, Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Danish, Dutch), English, Estonian, Filipino, French, Galician, German, Greek, Hindi, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latvian, Lithuaninan, Marathi, Norwegian, Persian, Polish, Portuguese – Brazil, Portuguese – Portugal, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Tamil. (For details or to help with the translations, see this page on the playground.)

Thanks to the many people who contributed to this release (see the release notes for credits). Again, you can download Arduino 1.0.1 from the software page.


4 Responses to “Arduino 1.0.1 release includes Arduino Leonardo support and multiple translations.”

  1. JO3RI Says:

    hurray, we are happy, it has finally been released and proud we’ve helped translating (Dutch).

  2. ram_tenet Says:

    This is good news really indeed and happy to see some Indian language translations !

  3. ashuri Says:

    unfortunately norton antivirus delete this release when i try to run it
    A program was behaving suspiciously on your computer .
    this program was blocked and removed.”

    Details : Risk high

  4. yogesh Says:

    we will be happy to work for 22 official indian lanuages.
    We have tools and technologies for these indian languages.

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