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Co-authored-by: Matt Taylor <mstaveleytaylor@gmail.com>
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README.md

Acpi

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Documentation (acpi)

Documentation (aml)

A library to parse ACPI tables and AML, written in pure Rust. Designed to be easy to use from Rust bootloaders and kernels. The library is split into two crates:

  • acpi parses the static tables (useful but not feature-complete)
  • aml parses the AML tables (can be useful, far from feature-complete)

Contributing

Contributions are more than welcome! You can:

  • Write code - the ACPI spec is huge and there are bound to be things we don't support yet!
  • Documentation
  • Using the crates within your kernel and file bug reports and feature requests!

Useful resources for contributing are:

Licence

Acpi is dual-licenced under:

Unless you explicitly state otherwise, any contribution submitted for inclusion in this work by you, as defined in the Apache-2.0 licence, shall be dual licenced as above, without additional terms or conditions.

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