Well, the Christmas and New Year break was a busy one in Snowgoons Towers, and following hot on the heels of Release 0.1 on Christmas Eve, I’m very happy to announce 2022 begins with Release 0.2.
This is a bigger release than the new feature list would suggest - I’m going to go so far as to say that now AVRoxide is actually ready to be used for building real, practical applications on the ATmega4809 microcontroller.
- The Persist trait can now be derived for basic structs and enums using the
derive macro provided by
- We can now set a stdout device using
avr_oxide::stdout::set_stdout(), and can use print! and println! macros, using the
- WallClockTimer now supports scheduling events in the future using the
- EEPROM access driver, and also a very basic persistence trait implementation.
- Serial port Read methods now implemented.