This is the third bi-weekly newsletter of the Embedded WG where we highlight new progress, celebrate cool projects, thank the community, and advertise projects that need help!
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- Crates for the Embedded Rust Ecosystem are now being tracked in the Awesome Embedded Rust repository
- Progress has been made as part of the Embedded Rust on Stable initiative, including:
- We also made some progress on simplifying the embedded development setup: You can now link Embedded Rust programs using lld
- Wilfried kicked off a blog series about using embedded rust
- Andre Richter is writing a tutorial for using Rust to write bare metal Raspberry Pi 3 applications
- The Embedonomicon and the Embedded Rust Books are now kept in the Embedded WG repository, and pull requests are welcome!
If you have an embedded project or blog post you would like to have featured in the Embedded WG Newsletter, make sure to mention it on the tracking issue for the next newsletter, we would love to show it off!
japaric released an initial version of cargo-binutils, which will allow you to use LLVM’s binutils (like
objcopy, etc.) in the format
cargo objcopy(once issue 49584 has landed)
- myeisha released the first version of their thumb2-stack-size tool, which helps determine the maximum stack size used in embedded code
embedded-hal Ecosystem Crates
As part of the Weekly Driver Initiative, crates that are part of the
embedded-hal ecosystem are now tracked in the Awesome Embedded Rust repository. Here is a current snapshot of what is available there:
|HAL Impl Crates||released||10|
|Driver Crates Released||released||7|
|Driver Crates WIP||WIP||26|