Crate of the Week

sophia a Rust toolkit for RDF and Linked Data.

1 Like

deltoid, a library for working with delta's.

1 Like

polyfuse, a library for implementing FUSE filesystems, with async/.await support. It comes with complete examples and a blog post in Japanese.

4 Likes
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I'd like to nominate neli, a crate for working with Linux Netlink sockets in a type-safe way, including rtnetlink for network configuration.

4 Likes

I nominate bevy, a game engine that was released yesterday after having been in development for six months by a single person. The website and documentation look really good.

crates.io link
author's announcement tweet

21 Likes

cargo-c: applet to build and install C-ABI compatibile dynamic and static libraries.

It produces and installs a correct pkg-config file, a static library and a dynamic library, and a C header to be used by any C (and C-compatible) software.

6 Likes

Is self-promotion allowed?

yottadb

Rust bindings for YottaDB. YottaDB is a multi-language NoSQL database. The Rust bindings just had their 1.0 release.

https://crates.io/crates/yottadb
repository: https://gitlab.com/YottaDB/Lang/YDBRust
documentation: https://yottadb.gitlab.io/Lang/YDBRust/yottadb/

4 Likes

Yep. :slight_smile:

1 Like

probe-run integrates running on embedded devices into vscode

blog post:

4 Likes

Nominating ruut as talked about in the Rustconf talk.

Github: https://github.com/harrisonb/ruut

1 Like

Macro that enables working with enums like a range of numbers, allowing getting min/max or previous/next variants of an enum.

7 Likes

After a long refactoring the pdf crate just had its 0.7 release.
We managed to get popular enough to get copyright attacks by Adobe!

14 Likes

GlueSQL

4 Likes

CraftQL - A CLI tool to manipulate GraphQL schemas and to output a graph data structure as a graphviz .dot format

1 Like

cached: Allows you to create "memoized" functions, which apparently means their results are cached based on their inputs. :slight_smile:

7 Likes

serde-query: An efficient query language for Serde:

  • Efficient. You can extract only the target parts from a potentially large document with a jq-like syntax. It works like a streaming parser and touches only a minimal amount of elements.
  • Flexible. serde-query can work with any serde-compatible formats.
  • Zero-cost. The traversal structure is encoded as types in compile time.
11 Likes

cucumber-rust: An implementation of the Cucumber testing framework for Rust. Fully native, no external test runners or dependencies.

3 Likes

gitoxide: An idiomatic, modern, lean, fast, safe & pure rust implementation of git

16 Likes

ultraviolet: A wide linear algebra crate for games and graphics.

3 Likes