The Embedded Working Group Newsletter - 132018-10-09
This is the thirteenth 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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min_const_fnfeature has landed, allowing for stable use of
const fnfunctions in an embedded context in the upcoming 1.31 release of Rust!
- Frank Pagliughi has kicked off
rust-industrial-io, a crate providing an interface to
libiioon linux, which is used for communication with industrial sensors and actuators
- gregokent has started development on
cortex-r-rt, a runtime crate for Cortex-R processors
- The HAL Impl crate for the Texas Instruments TM4C123 now works on 1.30-beta! Now is a great time to ensure that your embedded crates will work flawlessly with the 2018 Edition of Rust!
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- e-matteson has released their
keypaddriver, which can be used with keypad matrix circuits. Check out more details on reddit
- Daniel Gallagher has recently released two handy Bluetooth crates in an intro blog post:
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||13||+1|
|Board Support Crates||released||11||+2|
|Driver Crates Released||released||15||+3|
|Driver Crates WIP||WIP||40||0|