In the whee hours of the night, Omar's packaged up a few stealthy updates to the Antipasto Arduino IDE, which is getting lots of support from a few hardcore Arduino hackers.
These updates were aimed at Gadget file dialogs.
Gadgets are time savers allowing multiple board projects.
It will be the format of choice for my next project. Who knows, I might try to outdo Matt's QuadCore Tower kit -not easy though! At the very least, I'll save some time when swapping between boards.
Fast forwarding to hours before release, the final software tests were being charted out before release.
Omar whipped up this chart and said, do you really think it works this way?
It didn't. At least not on the first try, but do they ever?
I couldn't believe all the paths from just a "Cancel" button -cool!
If you'd like to give it a try for yourself, the Antipasto Arduino IDE v0.8.9 can be downloaded from links on the wiki