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September 20, 2010
about 10 months ago
You can already do all the define based exporting using Workshop4, using the ‘Generate Files’ tab under the Options menu. You define the format you want, and each time you build it will export the file of your choosing, with the defines you have set up.
Regarding 16bit numbering, watch out for Workshop4 Pro, coming out in a few weeks.
150mA - Datasheet here is old. Please refer to the one on our website.
about a year ago
Its coming in the next few days, will be on the 4D Systems product page by the end of this week.
about a year ago
PLEASE NOTE - Compatibility for NOOBS has been added, contrary to the comment by Sparkfun in the video they released. This has just been released and is available for download directly from the 4D Systems website. http://www.4dsystems.com.au/downloads/4DPi/kernel4dpi_1.2-1_all.deb
Sparkfun will be alerted accordingly to update the link above.
It is unfortunate. On the next batch of boards from the factory, there will be external button support via the on board processor. It is unfortunate this feature had to be removed on the first batch.
6 of 1, half a dozen of the other. Not sure why Sparkfun called these Capes but at the end of the day they are the same thing really.
The 3.2" is capable of doing 25 FPS if you want to check that out. SPI speed can be boosted to 64Mhz too. All in the Datasheet.
This is for the Raspberry Pi A, B and B+ only
Not sure where you got that impression. These are compatible with A, B and B+ Raspberry Pi’s
No public wish lists :(
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