freertos-sys 0.1.3

Builds FreeRTOS from source for specific device families and provides easy linking


Add this crate to your rust applications Cargo.toml to ensure that the FreeRTOS library is included in your build.

This crate builds a static freertos library from source, and provide it as a dependency crate for hybrid rust apps. Currently this uses make and ARM gcc cross-compilation. It does not use, for example, the cc crate.
This means that you will need to have arm cross-compilation tools installed on your system, such as arm-none-eabi-gcc

This crate exports the CMSIS RTOS2 API to make operating FreeRTOS tasks using rust as simple as possible.


In your Cargo.toml select a device family by using a feature:

freertos-sys = {version="0.1.1", features=["stm32f4x"] }

Example application tested on stm32f401CxUx: rolkien


BSD-3-Clause: See LICENSE file.


Currently the library build is tuned for the options we've found most useful. If you'd like to see a library configuration option exposed in eg a crate feature, please open a pull request or issue.

  • Supports stm32f3, f4, f7, h7
  • Supports release library build
  • Supports debug library build
  • Example application
  • CI build and test