Native.py files replaced by native.cpp files, which are plain C++, hence benefit from syntax highlighting. You’ll have to adapt your existing code to this (by merely leaving things out).
Code now generated in a separate subdirectory to avoid confusion, especially with native.cpp.
Cooking stove example I/O assignment for Arduino Due and hardware description added.
Some changes to the visualisation API, parameters to overloaded () operator of Beam and Cylinder now have to be named. This is not backwards compatible, you’ll have to add parameter names to visualisations of your old projects. Look at what has changed in the oneArmedRobot simulation, module visualisation.py, to understand what this is about. Using named parameters gives more flexibility in changing other things than angles in your visualisations, e.g. position or color. This is used very modestly in the new arduinoStove example.