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Knurling-rs changelog #14


Knurling-rs changelog #14

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A tool set to develop embedded applications faster.

    This is the 14th changelog for Knurling-rs, our push to sustainably build better tooling for developing and debugging Rust software for embedded systems. Knurling-rs includes a suite of tools that make it easier to develop, log, debug, and test your embedded Rust libraries and applications!

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    • #345 reduces code size by avoiding 64-bit arithmetic in LEB encoding
    • #347 documents the grammar of defmts current format parameter syntax
    • #350 panic-probe now uses defmts Display2Format to log panic messages. In consequence, panic messages won't get truncated anymore.
    • #351 allows tools to distinguish user-controlled format strings from generated ones
    • #354 adds f64 support
    • #355 clarifies the docs on Write::write


    • #133 removes supported defmt version: c4461eb1484... from -h / ` –help` output. Thank you @Javier-varez!


    • #134 updates probe-run's defmt dependencies in order to make features presented in changelog #13 accessible. Thank you @mattico!

    Version Update Notification

    We've bumped probe-run to v0.1.9 on

    Note that probe-run depends on defmt-decoder, defmt-elf2table and defmt-logger, which means that its git version may pull in breaking changes to defmt, as the defmt main branch is currently on its way towards a v0.2.0 release.

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