Talking Tock 21
Bluetooth, static initialization and userland code qualityby Amit
This is the 21st post in a series tracking the development of Tock, a safe multi-tasking operating system for microcontrollers.
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- (#409) @niklasad1 and @frenicth implemented Bluetooth Low Energy advertisement support for the NRF51.
- (#426) @ppannuto added linting to userland C code
- (#424) @niklasad1 refactored the NRF51’s UART to avoid calls to transmute
- (#421) @adkinsjd added coulomb counter helper functions in userland
- (#422) @alevy removed requirement to explicitly state size in
- (#423) @bradjc removed explicit sizes in calls to
- (#425) @niklasad1 added synchronous wrappers to the userland AES library
Itching to start using and developing for Tock? There are still Hail development boards, the main board used for Tock development, available in stock. Check them out here.