This Year in Embedded Rust: 2021

As 2021 draws to a close, we thought we'd take a look back at what's happened over the last year in Embedded Rust, both within the working group and in the larger community.

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The Embedded Working Group Newsletter - 30

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The Embedded Working Group Newsletter - 29

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  • Last Month in Flott, the monthly newsletter for Flott has been published. Flott is an open source toolkit for motion control software in Rust (designed to run everywhere, including microcontrollers).

  • The microbit crate has released v0.9.0, moved under the nrf-rs organisational umbrella, and gained micro:bit v2 support. 🎉

  • The switch-hal crate released v0.4.0, adding StatefulOutputSwitch for platforms that support StatefulOutputPin.

  • The probe-rs project, which provides debugging and flash programming for a variety of embedded targets, released version v0.11.0, with a number of performance and functionality improvements.

  • cortex-m released version 0.7.3, improving ease-of-use for the Delay implementation and fixing native builds on non-x86 hosts.

  • cortex-m-rt released version 0.6.15, backporting various fixes to the linker script and helping prepare for a new 0.7 release soon.

  • cross has posted a call for help looking for new maintainers: if you use cross and would like to help out, please check it out!

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The Embedded Working Group Newsletter - 28

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  • Last Month in Flott, the monthly newsletter for Flott has been published. Flott is an open source toolkit for motion control software in Rust (designed to run everywhere, including microcontrollers).
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The Embedded Working Group Newsletter - 27

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  • @hannobraun published Last Month in Flott - March 2021, the monthly newsletter for Flott. Flott is an open source toolkit for motion control software in Rust (designed to run everywhere, including microcontrollers).

  • The cortex-m crate has been updated to 0.7, including a recent release of 0.7.2, please update your dependencies and let us know if you encounter any issues!

  • The Embedded Rust documentation and books have moved URLs, and are now all available from https://docs.rust-embedded.org.

  • This blog has also moved URLs, and is now available at https://blog.rust-embedded.org

  • Our weekly meetings continue at 8PM Berlin Time on our Matrix channel, #rust-embedded:matrix.org. Join us to catch up on the latest developments in the Embedded Rust ecosystem!

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