The Embedded Working Group Newsletter - 172019-03-22
This is the seventeenth 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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- The embedded showcase gained its first entry! The rusty clock project, an alarm clock that features pressure, temperature and humidity on an e-paper display and 5 programmable alarms. We are still looking for cool embedded projects to serve that can serve as examples of what can be done in Rust. Don't hesitate to submit yours!
- OxidizeConf, the first embedded Rust conference, has announced speakers! Check out the lineup here!
- Antoine van Gelder wrote about using Peripheral Access Crates to program interrupts on the STM32F3 Discovery board
- James Munns gave a talk at Rust Berlin about what happens before
main()in embedded Rust projects
@tarcieri released a board support crate for the Adafruit NeoTrellis M4 along with a platform-independent driver for its adxl343 accelerometer and support for using the accelerometer to detect the device's orientation.
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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:
|Peripheral Access Crates||released||18||~|
|HAL Impl Crates||released||19||~|
|Board Support Crates||released||13||~|
|Driver Crates Released||released||21||+1|
|Driver Crates WIP||WIP||63||+2|