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Tue Mar 3 17:14:48 CET 2020
On Sat, Feb 29, 2020 at 11:08 PM Jason A. Donenfeld <Jason at zx2c4.com> wrote:
> It's likely our rust implementation well be well-suited for what you
> have in mind.
Looking at wireguard-rs, in its current form it makes a lot of use of
`alloc` (namely `Vec` and `HashMap`) and `std` features (`fs`, `net`,
Getting it working on a Cortex-M would involve extracting a core protocol
implementation which doesn't make use of any of those features as a
library/crate which has no dependencies (or only optional dependencies
which can be switched off with Cargo features) on `alloc` and `std`.
(as it were, I'm also interested in using wireguard-rs this way in a
"heapless" no_std environment)
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