The IDE for Gadget Renesas (IDE for GR) is the development environment that enables programming offline. You can use development environments like the Arduino IDE and import a sample, compile, write a program, and debug via a serial monitor.

Supported Boards

The following Gadget Renesas boards are supported by the current IDE for GR version:


Download IDE for GR

Version 1.10

IDE for GR 1.10 for Windows (534MB)
IDE for GR 1.10 for Mac (391MB)

Update Information:

  • Updated September 20, 2019 (*The files that were uploaded on September 19 have been replaced by the above files)
  • Related to GR-ROSE, updated XRCE-DDS-Client for ROS2 Dashing Diademata. And updated FreeRTOS from V1.4.6 to V1.4.7
  • Related to GR-PEACH, fixed the bug of ArduinoSD library not running correctly

Version 1.09

IDE for GR 1.09 for Windows (528MB)
IDE for GR 1.09 for Mac (384MB)

Update Information:

  • Updated July 9, 2019
  • Related to GR-ROSE, added standard message types for ROS2. Fixed the problem that behavior of Ether.begin became unstable. Fixed a library that handles dynamic memory such as malloc and String. Added web access related libraries such as ArduinoJson, Parser for HTTP, Pub/Sub Client, etc. Other minor corrections were done.

Version 1.08

IDE for GR 1.08 for Windows (527MB)
IDE for GR 1.08 for Mac (385MB)

Update Information:

  • Updated June 27, 2019
  • Fixed the problem that communication failure occurred in WiFiEsp library in GR-ROSE. Other minor corrections were done

Version 1.07

IDE for GR 1.07 for Windows (527MB)
IDE for GR 1.07 for Mac (383MB)

Update Information:

  • Updated June 21, 2019
  • Fixed the problem that MAC address was not set correctly when using Ethernet with GR-ROSE

Version 1.06

IDE for GR 1.06 for Windows (527MB)
IDE for GR 1.06 for Mac (384MB)

Update Information:

  • Updated May 28, 2019 for Windows/Mac
  • Added GR-ROSE board

Version 1.05

IDE for GR 1.05 for Windows (531MB)
IDE for GR 1.05 for Mac (370MB)

Update Information:

  • Updated Nov. 21, 2018 for Windows/Mac
  • Fixed problem where line numbers are not displayed correctly when scrolling screen
  • Fixed problem where a sketch using OpenCV could not be built with GR-PEACH


Version 1.04

IDE for GR 1.04 for Windows (526MB)
IDE for GR 1.04 for Mac (375MB)

Update Information:

  • Updated Nov. 1, 2018 for Windows/Mac
  • Fixed problem of CPU utilization rate increasing (bug created with v1.03 line indication)
  • The following versions of the library were applied:
    • GR-PEACH v2.04, GR-LYCHEE v1.04, GR-CITRUS/GR-SAKURA v2.21, GR-KURUMI other RL78 v2.03

Version 1.03

IDE for GR 1.03 for Windows (334MB)
IDE for GR 1.03 for Mac (353MB)

Update Information:

  • Updated Feb 2, 2018 for windows, Feb 8, 2018 for Mac
  • Line numbers can now be displayed
  • Ensures that "core dependency" error does not appear in Arduino library import
  • Updated the library of GR-PEACH to v2.03. Addition of LCD libraries was done
  • Updated the library of GR-LYCHEE to v1.02. Addition of LCD libraries was done

Version 1.02

IDE for GR 1.02b for Windows (337MB)
IDE for GR 1.02 for Mac (410MB)

Note: The volume label of GR-CITRUS has been changed to "GR-CITRUS_b" by updating the USB mass storage firmware. With v1.02 or less, "GR-CITRUS is not found" is displayed at the time of writing. The Windows version is compatible with v1.02b. The Mac version is compatible with v1.03.


Installation Notes

Windows

For Windows, it is not in the installation format. After extracting the zip file, please start the exe file.

Mac

For Mac, after mounting the dmg file, move the IDE for GR to the application folder.

Supported Operating Systems

Windows

  • Windows 7 32/64-bit
  • Windows 8.1 32/64-bit
  • Windows 10 32/64-bit

Mac

  • OS X 10.9 Mavericks
  • OS X 10.10 Yosemite
  • OS X 10.11 El Capitan
  • OS X 10.12 Sierra (Evaluated on v1.03)
  • OS X 10.13 High Sierra (Evaluated on v1.03)

Technical Support

Technical Information

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About the Libraries

In IDE for GR, in order to reduce compilation time, most libraries archive and use compiled objects, and their sources are deleted.

The archive file uses gr_common.a generated by the build of the web compiler, but when changing the library, it is recommended to use an IDE that allows project management such as e2 studio.