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A systems programming language that runs blazingly fast, prevents segfaults, and guarantees thread safety.
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Kat Marchán 8h
I just released my first ever crate! Much line , this adds a nice abstraction layer over interacting with Subresource Integrity strings! That's the stuff npm uses for integrity verification!
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Ori Ben Shir 11h
Mastering Object-Oriented Programming? If you Want to learn check out my new blog post, first in the series . We'll start with the tools for managing large (and small) projects
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oherrala 17h
Thank you again cargo-audit. Such a useful tool to run in CI and keep up with known vulnerabilities!
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Rust Language 11h
That’s correct
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madhu 11h
Fifth blog in my series of blogs about developer experience with . This post talks about Domain Classes in Rust and Scala.
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Firstyear May 18
Hey I'm having a weird issue with a macro, I've reproduced in a simpler format here. Ideas?
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Rust Language May 18
Replying to @rapodaca
You can use the unimplemeted! macro to fill in bits you haven’t written yet!
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Tobias Watzek May 18
Hello Internet! I just published my first post ever about image processing in . You can find it under . Feedback is very welcome.
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Rust Language May 18
This is all true, but once you turn a future chain into a task, it has a stack, so... it really depends on exactly what you mean.
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Nikolay Kim May 18
Actix web 1.0.0-rc is released - a small, pragmatic, and extremely fast web framework for
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Ⓓⓐⓝⓘⓔⓛⓔ May 18
I liked the idea behind AnyBar so much, that I rewrote it for Linux in
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Rust Language May 18
One more major difference you should know: in JS, promises start executing upon creation. In rust, you explicitly put the futures chain onto the reactor, and they don’t start till then
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New Rustacean May 18
CYSK: bindgen and cbindgen – automatic generation of FFI types between and C/C++ APIs. (A CYSK sequel to the FFI episodes!) (Yes, this is two episodes in five days! Crazy, I know.)
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Rust Language May 18
Yep; this *is* futures. As for why the extra syntax, well
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Rust Language May 18
In some sense, it doesn’t. But this also depends on which executor you choose to use; some are single threaded like node, others have a threadpool
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Mario Pastorelli May 18
If you are curious about immutable structures, 's immutable library for has a nice documentation explaining what they are, why they are useful and their performance. It's well written and a good introduction.
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Rust Language May 18
Replying to @wafflespeanut
😍🍰👍
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Ravi Shankar May 18
Replying to @rustlang
Hey , we cut cake for you! 😄
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Niko Matsakis May 17
Help us evaluate pipelined compilation for :
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amos 🍉 May 17
Replying to @fasterthanlime
of course this all requires nightly (I'm on 2019-05-16 because 05-17 lacks RLS) and is all subject to change but I'm already never going back
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