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Which version of Marlin installs with current Cura

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I just bought an Ulticontroller and its time to update Cura.

Which version of Marlin is installed by Cura? (currently 14.01)

I would imagine this might lag some from the latest Marlin on Github but don't know.

How does it compare to the version built by Ginge's builder (Marlin dated 8-7-13)?

For reference: I am running a custom hotend (with std heater & thermocouple) and home built heated bed with Sercos thermistor.

Recommendations from the experts?

Many thanks!

Matt

 

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If you aren't afraid to use the Arduino IDE I would be tempted to get the absolute latest from ErikZalm as he has some nice new features added/bugs fixed pretty much every week. But first I would use ginge to create the configuration.h file and do a diff (winmerge) between the ginge one and the one that comes with ErikZalm and use winmerge's nice features to grab what I want from each file. And also a diff between yours and either of those configuration.h files.

 

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