This looks interesting: GitHub - palfrey/serial_test: Allows for the creation of serialised Rust tests
"Serde trait objects the way you wish they worked": https://github.com/dtolnay/typetag
"Easy way to log function outputs, even when they contain the
? operator" log-derive
"A system handler to interact with processes." sysinfo
Zero-cost declarative DOM library:
num_format - A Rust crate for producing string-representations of numbers, formatted according to international standards.
ieee802154 - Rust implementation of the IEEE 802.15.4 standard.
I can't believe this crate has never been cited nor is used much more : cargo-readme.
It allows you to, I cite from its README :
Generate README.md from doc comments.
[It] extracts documentation from your crate's doc comments that you can use to populate your README.md.
shellfn: Rust proc macro for easily and safely use shell scripts in rust
Makes sense as the readme feels a bit duplicated. Although in my crate I currently have the README.md set as a generic thing. I also seen some crates using it for release notes.
mpmc-scheduler round-robin mpmc work scheduler
Inert of course.
Battery, a cross-plattform library to retrieve battery information.
multi_try: safely combine
Results -- ergonomically return multiple errors from validation.
psd - A Rust API for parsing and working with PSD files.
swym - efficient transactional memory in Rust.
prettier assertions https://crates.io/crates/pretty-assertions
@mark-i-m: Yes it's really nice but has already been crate of the week in issue 175: