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Pascal 2h
Replying to @rustlang
(make sure to use the latest rustc nightly)
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Pascal 2h
If you too happen to be bored (e.g. because you're on a train on your way to Paris), why not `cargo install cargo-fix` and `cargo fix --prepare-for 2018` to play with the 2018 edition preview?
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Florian Gilcher 15h
We forgot celebrating 5 years of nightly builds :/.
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Sean Griffin 17h
Replying to @sgrif
Even if `sql_query` is the *only* part of Diesel's API you end up using, I think you'll be pleased with the results.
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Sean Griffin 17h
I've noticed a lot of people avoid Diesel because they don't think it's useful if they don't like query builders. We spent a lot of time coming up with a raw SQL API which felt good, and I find far more ergonomic than the alternatives. Let's show it off.
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The worst human ever!!! 16h
uuid 0.6.4 is now available for use :) cc:
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MyCool King 18h
Also, anybody building anything in ?
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$ rustup default beta # for embedded library dev May 22
Replying to @japaricious
UDP and CoAP are now working! Now I can wirelessly control LEDs using a Rusty REST API. Even multicast "turn on/off all the LEDs" seems to kind of work (had not tested that until I made the video).
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knutaf 22h
it seems so petty, but maybe my favorite "quality of life" feature in is allowing trailing commas in so many places
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Dylan DPC 19h
folks: Is there a fun name for `::` operator
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Aaron Turon 20h
Have you ever complained about Rust's compiler performance? Still a problem after recent improvements? We want to hear from you! Leave a comment at , which we'll use to diagnose current perf issues and to grow our benchmark suite. Please RT for reach!
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Salva 21h
¿Os preguntabáis qué aplicaciones tenía en software de producción? Pues apuntaos al meetup de mañana con y para descubrirlo. Spoilers y más información 👇
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rustwasm 22h
We're creating a template for jump-starting Rust and WebAssembly projects. What goodies, boilerplate, and batteries should come included?
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sendilkumarn @ Spring IO Barcelona 🇪🇸 22h
ever wondered how to create a Rust + WebAssembly project. Take a look at our template to get started
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Jonathan Pallant 22h
I just used cortex-m-rt and friends to boot a binary on the X15 IPU1 (Cortex M4) subsystem. Might be a first?
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Florian Zeitz 24h
Lately I'm increasingly tempted to use `for x in some_opt {…}` instead of `if let Some(x) = some_opt {…}` in . But that's mostly for brevity, which is not really a good argument.
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Rust Language 22h
Replying to @agilestyle @nostarch
Thank you!
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Rust Language 22h
Replying to @hybotics @japaricious
Hmm that seems bad. do you know about this?
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$ rustup default beta # for embedded library dev May 22
No wires! A Pi (*) wirelessly pinging microcontrollers running a pure Rust, heap allocation free 802.15.4 + 6LoWPAN stack. Note how the green LEDs toggle on each ping. The final ff02::1 pings all nodes. Next stops: UDP, then CoAP. cc
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