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(anonymous28) #1

Hello there,
sorry if I don’t phrase this correctly.

I wonder if there is a way to have a Windows 10 Arduboy simulator, so that one can program, run program and bug test, without having the Arduboy plugged in at all times.

I’m also worried that I might break it by accident, as I upload code that I’m not sure what it will do.


(Scott) #2

Do a search for simulator in this forum.


(anonymous28) #3

thanks so much! I’m downloading the Visual Studio as I type.
http://community.arduboy.com/t/proton-arduboy-simulator-for-windows-visual-c-2005/1476


(Scott) #4

One thing to note is that I believe the Proton Arduboy Simulator only supports the original Arduboy library. If you’re developing a new sketch, you should use be using the Arduboy2 library.

You may find that a sketch developed using Arduboy2 won’t work in the simulator.