Back in 2014 I decided to branch off my bspacm work and investigate whether it was really possible to come up with a usable and efficient embedded development infrastructure using modern C++.
After returning to consulting in 2017 I resurrected this project to cover time between clients.
There are a lot of pieces involved, but I’ve now made available two subsets that might be of interest:
- pabigot-cxx is a package of generic C++17 utilities supporting embedded and non-embedded software development. The public release has only a small fraction of the full system, but there’s some nice tools for handling packed octet buffers with different endianness, and what I think is a very cool solution to compile-time generation of CRC tables.
- nrfcxx is a C++17 framework that uses the bare-metal peripheral API of the Nordic nRF5 series chips to support ultra-low-power Bluetooth beacons transmitting sensor data.
Although these aren’t designed or supported for general public use the API documentation is fairly complete and nrfcxx has support for several boards with a variety of examples. Anybody interested is welcome to make use of these packages under the terms of the Apache-2.0 software license.