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From: JP Brown <envcons@ameritech.net>
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Subject: RIS 2.0 software now in beta
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Dear All

The beta version of the RIS 2.0 ATLClient software, firmware (firm0328.lgo), and
documentation are now available for download from the LEGO Mindstorms site:
http://www.legomindstorms.com/sdk2/

Also, the winners of the alpha bug reporting competition are posted ;p

Cheers

JP

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From: lego-robotics@crynwr.com (Steve Baker)
Subject: Re: RIS 2.0 software now in beta
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JP Brown wrote:

> The beta version of the RIS 2.0 ATLClient software, firmware (firm0328.lgo), and
> documentation are now available for download from the LEGO Mindstorms site:
> http://www.legomindstorms.com/sdk2/

It says:

  "Simple support for data arrays/variable pointers."

Woohoo!

How hard will it be to get that into NQC?  It's a *really* important feature IMHO.

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Steve Baker wrote:

>
> It says:
>
>   "Simple support for data arrays/variable pointers."
> <snip>
> How hard will it be to get that into NQC?  It's a *really* important feature IMHO.

Ummm..., there's array support in the latest beta version of NQC, but you need to have
loaded the RIS2.0 firmware to use it.  See NQC 2.2b1 from
http://www.enteract.com/~dbaum/nqc/beta/index.html .

Cheers

JP

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