Crate of the Week


#81

Nominations and votes for the next Crate of the week are open! Please nominate and vote here.

Previous crates of the week were:

  • clap
  • lazy_static
  • quickcheck
  • itertools
  • conrod
  • glium
  • winapi
  • ramp
  • hyper
  • nom
  • chrono

#82

Just a friendly remainder: Please nominate this years last crates of the week. Previous CotWs were:

  • clap
  • lazy_static
  • quickcheck
  • itertools
  • conrod
  • glium
  • winapi
  • ramp
  • hyper
  • nom
  • chrono
  • quick_error

#83

Nominating clippy, because I have a cleaning obsession and clippy satisfies my cravings.


#84

Yeah, Rust is good for tidiness-obsessed people :wink:


#85

conv and/or custom-derive.


#86

Maybe entries of “Previous crate of the week” list should be links?


#87

You can slap https://crates.io/crates/ in front of it to get a workable link. I’m on mobile right now, but I can do that once I get to my PC.


#88

I would recommend my library handlebars for this week

https://crates.io/crates/handlebars/

It’s an implementation of the handlebars templating language for rust. Also it allows custom helper and template inheritance for real-world usage.

This week is its one-year anniversary on crates.io. We had a whole year of development, 49 releases totally. And here I want to give my thanks to every contributor and user.


#89

Another friendly reminder: Please nominate and vote here.

Previous crates of the week were:


#90

Because everyone needs a config parser: toml


#91

crossbeam, because solid concurrency libraries never seem to get nearly as much love as they deserve.


#92

Friendly reminder: Please nominate and vote here.

Previous crates of the week were:


#93

glutin


#94

@brson - started working on something like this but seems like he left the idea.


#95

There is Awesome-Rust and it’s active.


#96

Since these apparently aren’t limited to libraries, racer deserves a mention.


#97

Roaring because roaring bitmaps are a cool datastructure and this is a nice little library. :slight_smile:


#98

Friendly reminder: Please nominate and vote here.

Previous crates of the week were:


#99

I’d nominate rayon because it’s fantastic.
There are actually a few libraries I would nominate(in order):

  1. rayon
  2. Most of @tailhook’s stuff, vagga, rotor…?
  3. Diesel - it now has support for SQLite.
  4. clap 2.x - I know it was mentioned before but version 2.0+ is nice.

#100

Out of those, I second the nomination for Diesel.