Crate of the Week

rudr: A Kubernetes implementation of the Open Application Model specification https://openappmodel.io/

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scriptisto: A language-agnostic tool to write one-file scripts in compiled languages or languages thare require expensive pre-validation (Typed Python), dependecies fetch or binary builds in Docker.

Just a really nice tool that extends your vim foo && chmod +x foo && ./foo experience.

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accurate: accumulator types for more accurate (or even provably correct) sum and dot product of floatting-point numbers.

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stackpin: Crate for data that should be pinned to the stack at the point of declaration

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transfer: 'Transfer' is to 'move' what 'Clone' is to 'copy'

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genawaiter: Use generators on stable Rust

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Could we show MeiliDB, an instant, relevant and typo-tolerant search engine?

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Given the announcement of the Bytecode Alliance around WebAssembly, could we perhaps highlight wasmtime or cranelift?

13 Likes

I hope it's okay to submit my own work: what, a cli network bandwidth dashboard and logger.

4 Likes

Yes it's absolutely OK to submit your own work! Nice tool btw :wink:

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rerast - A tool for transforming Rust code using rules.

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arraygen: Derive for generating arrays from struct fields.

Haven't yet tried it myself, but thiserror looks quite useful. It's a crate for deriving Error, Display, and From traits for error types that is API compatible with implementing those traits by hand.
Noticed it due to this WASI pull request.

@llogiq intended for week of Dec 3 since it's too late for this week.

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joinery: String joining, done generically. Also useful for adding separators between elements in an iterator.

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funtime: A small proc-macro helper to time every statement in a given function

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ambassador: Delegation of trait implementations via procedural macros

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proc-macro-hack: Procedural macros in expression position

fallible-iterator: "Fallible" iterators for Rust.

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StaticVec: kind of like a const generics version of SmallVec or ArrayVec, with a crazy amount of features

That looks cool! I'm really hoping 2020 is the year const generics are finally stabilized.

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