|new 0.4.0||Jun 15, 2021|
|0.3.3||Jun 15, 2021|
|0.3.2||Feb 15, 2020|
|0.2.1||Feb 5, 2020|
|0.1.1||Feb 4, 2020|
#74 in Embedded development
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Used in stm32f3-discovery
Switch-HAL is a
no_std embedded Rust library for working with buttons, switches, LEDs, and transistors.
Basically, anything that acts like a switch, whether an input or output.
It is both a driver that uses the
embedded-hal::digital traits and is an abstraction in it's own right.
It provides a simple, zero-cost, abstraction to clarify the intent of your application code.
Did you mean to drive that line high?
Or did you mean to turn that LED off?
Wait a second... is that LED active high?
Where's the schematic?
Okay... cathode is wired to the input line... that means it's active low.
Now repeat this every place in your code where you need to turn that LED on or off.
What happens when the hardware changes?
Using the raw GPIO to set pins high and low will have you making changes all over your code base.
Wouldn't it be nicer if you only had to think about that once, when you initialize your application,
and from then on out, simply called
Having an abstraction at the proper level reduces cognitive load.
Specifying whether a simple peripheral is active high or low in a single place in your application reduces the maintenace burden.
or build a local copy
target/doc/switch_hal/index.html in your browser.
Licensed under either of
- Apache License, Version 2.0 (LICENSE-APACHE or http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0)
- MIT license (LICENSE-MIT or http://opensource.org/licenses/MIT)
at your option.
Major design decisions are tracked in the adr directory.
StatefulOutputSwitch thanks to forkbomb9
Update embedded-hal to 0.2.5
- Add convenience converter functions
- Bug Fix:
is_active()was returning the wrong result for