The Embedded Working Group Newsletter - 27

Highlights

  • @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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The Embedded Working Group Newsletter - 26

Highlights

  • @cecton wrote a blog post targeted to experienced developers but embedded development beginners: Rust, Arduino and Embedded Development as a Beginner: Part 1

  • @brainstorm and @joshajohnson Created a RTIC example for an HID mouse with a blackberry trackball bbtrackball-rs.

  • The knurling-rs tooling initiative by Ferrous Systems has grown: after defmt, the project has publicly released three new tools:

    • flip-link, a linker wrapper that adds zero-cost stack overflow protection to your project
    • probe-run, a Cargo runner that seamlessly runs embedded programs on your target device as if they were native ones
    • defmt-test, a proc-macro to write and run unit tests on embedded devices
  • The Rust Embedded Working Group's MSRV (Minimum Supported Rust Version) policy has been updated and now only requires that crates build on the latest stable Rust release. See msrv for more details.

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The Embedded Working Group Newsletter - 25

This is the 25th newsletter of the Embedded WG where we highlight new progress, celebrate cool projects, thank the community, and advertise projects that need help!

As a note, some of these stories have happened over the past months. We're still working on catching up, but wanted to share them with you!

Discuss on #rust-embedded:matrix.org, users.rust-lang.org, on twitter, or on reddit!

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The Embedded Working Group Newsletter - 24

This is the 24th newsletter of the Embedded WG where we highlight new progress, celebrate cool projects, thank the community, and advertise projects that need help!

We've been on an unscheduled hiatus for the past six months or so, but it's time for us to return! Today we're doing a quick fast-forward of all of the great things that have been released while we've been on break.

For the next few weeks, we'll be doing a special "catch-up" schedule, meaning we'll be releasing articles weekly until we've caught up with all of the recent changes. Once we've wrapped that up, we'll go back to a regular monthly cadence.

We've also added a few new folks to the resources team say hello to @hargoniX, @eldruin and @kalkyl who will be helping out with the newsletter!

Want to have your project mentioned? Make sure you let us know so we can include it!

Discuss on #rust-embedded:matrix.org, users.rust-lang.org, on twitter, or on reddit!

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The Embedded Working Group Newsletter - 23

This is the 23rd newsletter of the Embedded WG where we highlight new progress, celebrate cool projects, thank the community, and advertise projects that need help!

Discuss on #rust-embedded:matrix.org, users.rust-lang.org, on twitter, or on reddit!

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