Xous microkernel, message-based operating system that powers devices such as Precursor and Betrusted. The operating system is written entirely in Rust, so no additional software is required to compile programs for Xous.
Building the target itself requires a RISC-V compiler that is supported by
cc-rs. For example, you can use the prebuilt xPack toolchain.
Cross-compiling programs does not require any additional software beyond the toolchain. Prebuilt versions of the toolchain are available from Betrusted.
The target can be built by enabling it for a
[build] target = ["riscv32imac-unknown-xous-elf"]
Make sure your C compiler is included in
$PATH, then add it to the
[target.riscv32imac-unknown-xous-elf] cc = "riscv-none-elf-gcc" ar = "riscv-none-elf-ar"
Rust does not yet ship pre-compiled artifacts for this target. To compile for this target, you will need to do one of the following:
- Build Rust with the target enabled (see "Building the target" above)
- Build your own copy of
- Download a prebuilt toolchain from Betrusted
This target can be cross-compiled from any host.
Currently there is no support to run the rustc test suite for this target.