This part of the book introduces the Real-Time Interrupt-driven Concurrency (RTIC) framework to new users by walking them through examples of increasing complexity.
All examples in this part of the book are accessible at the GitHub repository. The examples are runnable on QEMU (emulating a Cortex M3 target), thus no special hardware required to follow along.
To run the examples with QEMU you will need the
Check the embedded Rust book for instructions on how to set up an
embedded development environment that includes QEMU.
To run the examples found in
examples/ locally, cargo needs a supported
--examples (run all examples) or
--example NAME to run a specific example.
Assuming dependencies in place, running:
$ cargo run --target thumbv7m-none-eabi --example locals
Yields this output:
foo: local_to_foo = 1 bar: local_to_bar = 1 idle: local_to_idle = 1