The following functionality has changed between versions.
v1.1.0 to v1.2.0
pymakr.conffiles are no longer supported. Rename these to
pico-go.json. We’ve chosen not to rename such files automatically in case people continue to use Pymakr for other non-Pico projects.
- Not a breaking change, however the global default for
open_on_starton new installations of Pico-Go has changed to
false. The default for project-level
true, however. This means that Pico-Go won’t appear automatically whenever you load VS Code; it’ll only appear automatically for Pico-Go projects. We recognise that you probably don’t use VS Code exclusively for Pico development, so this will make your overall VS Code experience a bit more straightforward!