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Full support for Teensy 4.0: build, test, debug with PlatformIO!

We are pleased to announce the next release v4.4.0 of Teensy development platform.

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What’s New

See Release Notes for details.

Documentation

See https://docs.platformio.org/en/latest/platforms/teensy.html

Examples

See project examples https://github.com/platformio/platform-teensy/tree/develop/examples

Update

  • PlatformIO IDE – please navigate to PIO Home > Platforms > Updates
  • PlatformIO Core – please run a next CLI command $ pio update

Regards,
The PlatformIO Team

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Right, now I’m worried… how did you know my Teensy 4s arrived yesterday? :laughing: :laughing: Great work Ivan [edit: and Valeros!] … look forward to being able to spin them up using PlatformIO! :slight_smile:

Happy coding with PlatformIO! :hugs:

P.S: All kudos to @valeros :+1:

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There is a bad link, “mbed-rtos” in the docs.
https://docs.platformio.org/en/latest/platforms/teensy.html
https://docs.platformio.org/en/latest/platforms/teensy.html#examples

Is there no rtos for this device, seems silly to have this kind of speed without a rtos.

The mbed-rtos example was removed back in October 2018, but mbed still appears to be supported and all the other examples are present, so perhaps it’s just a matter of looking at the other examples provided with mbed?

I’ve done a PR to remove that link: https://github.com/platformio/platformio-docs/pull/75

Thanks, it has been just fixed!