We released version 4.0.5 of the Connect IQ SDK this afternoon, which addresses several bugs. See the release notes below for details!
- Fix typing issues with WatchUi.Bitmap.
- Fix Comm.checkWifiConnection not properly checking Wi-Fi connection is available.
- Add new Wi-Fi connection status enum values.
- Add Communications.startSync2().
- Improve typing of the BackgroundTimer sample.
- Fix a bug that prevented creating barrel projects in the Visual Studio Code Extension.
- Add documentation for application scope type checking, including information on how to disable the check if necessary.
- Prevent the simulator from locking up when launching a new app while debugging.
- Add the SEND command to mdd for sending files to the simulator.
- Apply the –Eno-invalid-symbol command line option to undefined symbol checking done during type checking.
- Improve type checking to update local variable types after if statements based on the if conditions.
- Improve how poly types are printed in compiler error and warning messages.
- Fix misspelling in compiler warning message generated when a Connect IQ project consumes a Monkey Barrel that supports languages unsupported by the project.
- Fix bug in try / catch block code generation which potentially caused accessing invalid portions of the stack.
- Fix a code generation bug for function calls followed by an array access that caused a Monkey C intermediate representation parsing error.
- Add if-splitting to while and for statements in the type checker.
- Improve if-splitting logic on nested if-else statements.
- Fix bug in type checker if-splitting logic, which was caused by not factoring in “else if” cases.
- Improve type check errors when a statement is not reachable and when a variable is not initialized in a try-catch statement.
- Fix type check error when assigning variable to itself in an if statement.