Self-nomination: https://crates.io/crates/rs_pbrt ... So far I was under the impression, that only a library should be published, but because most of the crate is actually a library, and several executables are provided (using that library), using various scene descriptions I went ahead and (finally) published what I have been working on the last 3 to 4 years ... I hope you like it. It is compatible to v3 of the C++ code, even though v4 is already online and the matching book version on the horizon.
Bit of self promotion.
I've just publish the first public version of my actor framework based on asynchronous functions: Heph,
If I am allowed to self-promote... [apparently that is the norm here]:
Type conversion, success expected
N-dimensional, type-agnostic, very fast force directed graph spacialization algorithm.
Demo with a web of trust, 2D and 3D:
I'd like to nominate my crate for delta compression, deltoid.
cargo-rr: "A light wrapper around rr, the time-travelling debugger"
Allows you to record the execution of your program, replay it and even go backwards!
cassette A simple, single-future, non-blocking executor intended for building state machines
I'd like to self-nominate serde_with
A collection of custom de-/serialization functions for serde to reduce boilerplate. For example, you can serialize numbers to/from strings, skip serializing all empty
Options with a single attribute, and even use these transformations inside of containers.
(Self-nomination) display_utils. It's a collection of functions to make common string manipulations easier, but yielding
Display able structs instead. That way the crate uses no allocations and is no_std-compatible
I'd like to nominate
tokio-console (GitHub - tokio-rs/console: tokio-console prototypes) - it's a great effort to let you view how your
tokio executor is functioning.
arraygen (GitHub - theypsilon/arraygen: Derive macro for generating arrays from struct fields.). It offers a derive to generate arrays from structs. The version 0.2.0 has just been released.
I'd like to nominate
genanki-rs (GitHub - yannickfunk/genanki-rs: Rust crate to create Anki decks. Based on the python library genanki). A crate to easily generate flashcard decks for the popular spaced repetition flashcards platform Anki.
typed-index-collections - should be way more popular than it is. It lets you create
Vecs that take custom types instead of
usize as their index so you don't accidentally use the wrong index in the wrong vec.
let user_id = 5; return processes[user_id]; // Whoops! Should have used typed_index_collections.
youki: A container runtime written in Rust.
We were told there wasn't enough crates proposals here.
So here's mine: lazy-regex, which lets you concisely create lazy static regular expressions checked at compile time, with some special matching into tuples ability:
let (whole, name, version) = regex_captures!( r#"(\w+)-([0-9.]+)"#, // a literal regex "This is lazy_regex-2.0!", // any expression ).unwrap();
atoi_radix10: Rust port of fast integer parsing.
deku for sure. It's basically magic for parsing binary data, and a great declarative parsing library. Hope it grows & sees wider community adoption & support.
https://crates.io/crates/fallible_collections which provides allocation fallible standard std types
gpg-tui: A terminal user interface for GnuPG