Are there situations where it's better to use C++?

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  • llvm-project

    Fork of LLVM with Xtensa specific patches. To be upstreamed. (by espressif)

    Xtensa. They've got a fork of LLVM that supports it that they're working toward getting upstreamed. The community has a fork of rustc that uses it (and a quickstart crate) while we wait for it to get upstreamed.

  • rust

    Rust for the xtensa architecture. Built in targets for the ESP32 and ESP8266 (by esp-rs)

    Xtensa. They've got a fork of LLVM that supports it that they're working toward getting upstreamed. The community has a fork of rustc that uses it (and a quickstart crate) while we wait for it to get upstreamed.

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  • xtensa-rust-quickstart

    A demo crate for the xtensa uC's (ESP32, ESP8266)

    Xtensa. They've got a fork of LLVM that supports it that they're working toward getting upstreamed. The community has a fork of rustc that uses it (and a quickstart crate) while we wait for it to get upstreamed.

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