. Users of may query for information such as processor type, flash algorithm and memory layout information in a python program or through the command line utility,
pack-manager, provided as part of this module.
The last step of CI uploads binary wheels to this S3 bucket.
They live here: https://pyocd.github.io//
To build locally, Install a stable rust compiler.
See https://rustup.rs/ for details on installing
rustup, the rust
toolchain updater. Afterwards, run
rustup update stable to get the
most recent stable rust toolchain and build system.
After installing the rust toolchain and downloading a stable compiler,
python2 setup.py bdist_wheel from the root of this repo to
generate a binary wheel (
.whl file) in the same way as we release.
For testing purposes, there is a CLI written in Rust within the rust
workspace as the package
cmsis-cli. For example From the
cargo run -p cmsis-cli -- update builds this testing
CLI and runs the update command, for example.