The Embedded Working Group Newsletter - 162019-03-06
This is the sixteenth 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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- Know of something that isn't awesome in embedded Rust yet? Let us know by adding it to the Not Yet Awesome Embedded Rust List!
- The Embedded WG continues to receive submissions for the embedded showcase. We are looking for cool embedded Rust projects (applications, not libraries or tools) with visuals (pictures or videos) that can serve as examples of what can be done in Rust.
The RTFM (Real Time For the Masses) team has released
cortex-m-rtfmv0.4.2; the most important new feature in this release are reproducible builds. They are also looking for user input on several open RFCs.
- @japaric has released
cargo-call-stackis a static, whole program stack analysis tool; this version ships many new improvements: filtering, cleaner graphs, support for programs that use recursion, dynamic dispatch or function pointer calls, plus numerous bug fixes.
- @jamwaffles has published version v0.4.7 of the
embedded-graphicscrate. This version ships with BMP support! For more details read the announcement blog post.
If you have an embedded project or blog post you would like to have featured in the next Embedded WG Newsletter, make sure to add it to the next newsletter, we would love to show it off!
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||19||+3|
|HAL Impl Crates||released||18||+3|
|Board Support Crates||released||13||~|
|Driver Crates Released||released||20||+1|
|Driver Crates WIP||WIP||61||+2|