ocrypto is a fast crypto library for 32-bit microcontrollers. It is partially written in portable C code, and partially in assembly code. The assembly part speeds up cryptographic operations even beyond the speed-up from our algorithmic improvements. The desired variant of the assembly code is chosen as a build option, and is available for the most common microcontroller cores:

Instruction set architectures Processor cores (examples)
ARMv6 ARM1176 (e.g., as on Raspberry Pi Zero)
ARMv6-M Cortex-M0/M0+
ARMv7-M Cortex-M3
ARMv7E-M Cortex-M4/M7 (two variants: with/without FPU)
ARMv8-M Baseline Cortex-M23
ARMv8-M Mainline Cortex-M33/M35P (four variants: with/without DSP, with/without FPU)
ARMv7-A Cortex-A7
ARMv8-A (T32) Cortex-A53/72 (e.g., as on Raspberry Pi 3/4 Model B using a 32-bit OS)
MIPS32 R2 to R5 MIPS 4K/24K (works for both little and big endian processors)
MIPS32 R2 to R6 with DSP MIPS microAptiv, MIPS 24KE (works for both little and big endian processors)

For maximum portability, the C code in ocrypto conforms to the C89 standard. Supported compilers/assemblers are GCC, and for Cortex-M additionally Keil and IAR.

A generic reference implementation in pure C code is also available, which is portable to any device with a suitable C compiler. It provides only algorithmic optimizations, no device-specific optimizations. In addition, a build option for another pure C version is available that includes optimizations specifically for RISC-V processors:

Target architectures Processor cores (examples)
RISC-V (RV32IM) (device-optimized C code) SiFive FE310
Any (generic C code) Any