Crate of the Week

I'd like to self-nominate git-leave, a minimal cli that explores a folder to find repositories with unsaved changes or commits that are not yet pushed to their origin. You can also specify a kind of global projects folder in your git configuration to have a quick look at your repos.

A custom memory allocator that enables profiling memory usage of Rust programs:


I would like to self-nominate scraper, a crate for HTML parsing and querying with CSS selectors. BTW, we have just released a new version (0.14.0)

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picst - A cross-platform CLI tool to resize clipboard images on the fly

I would like to self-nominate Sniffnet, a cross-platform GUI application to analyze your network traffic with ease.



typed-sled, a typed wrapper for sled (Rust embedded DB).

I'd like to nominate cloudmqtt - "A simple and straightforward to use MQTT client/server [library in/for Rust]"

(Partly self-nominate, as I am a contributor).

There's a new lru crate on the scene and it's fast:


I'd like to nominate

It makes adding a cache to e.g. a web service very simple by providing types for both sync and async usage, as well as providing the common knobs that you want to have (max cache size, TTL-based eviction, size-aware eviction, etc.)

I'd like to nominate syntactic-for, which is a syntactic "for" loop Rust macro.


Darkbird !!!

Full featured in-memory document oriented storage
also supports FullText Search operation

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Self-nomination, again. :grin: Two times my larger crates have won but this new crate is tiny. :thinking:

cargo-my-bin is a tiny and handy plugin for Cargo displaying the contents of ~/.cargo/bin/.

Today, I released v0.2.0 enhancing its documentation and functionality: it can now constrain the output to a specific type of crates such as Cargo plugins (--plugins) or crates installed by default (--default).

I wrote cargo-my-bin because:

(1) I wanted a handy tool listing installed crates working faster than the available updaters, which -at least on my system- have a several-seconds-long delay.

(2) Typing 'cargo my-bin' is so much simpler than typing 'ls $HOME/.cargo/bin'.

(3) With time, I can implement lots of handy features, such like sorting, etc.

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A collection of pure-Rust audio decoders for many common formats, with performance competitive with ffmpeg:


My library and binaries for the reading, creating, and modification of SquashFS file systems: backhand

I never knew about the existence of nextest, and it looks pretty nifty. So I'm nominating that.

A simple and synchronous web framework, URL routing with plain fn pointer, and optional Template and Database feature supported.

Darkbird 4.0.0 !!!

Full featured in-memory document oriented storage
also supports

@ FullText Search operation

@ Materialized View

@ Migration

@ Rich Indexing

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I would like to nominate envious: "envious allows you to deserialize your serde enabled structs from environment variables".


darkbird 5.0.0 :bomb::star2:

Full featured realtime, in-memory database !!!!

Migrated from storage to Database world !!!
provided schema builder and all operation do with database layer

● Schema Builder
● Database level


scannedpdf is a simple images to pdf crate.
It's fast, with low memory footprint(usually lower than 100Mb) and unicode outlines(bookmarks) support.

I made this because I need to combine thousands of images into a single PDF.