What's everyone working on this week (24/2020)?

New week, new Rust! What are you folks up to?

I've just released the first ready for use version of fluent-templates a new high level API for adding Fluent localisation to your projects. :slight_smile:



# In `locales/en-US/main.ftl`
hello-world = Hello World!
# In `locales/fr/main.ftl`
hello-world = Bonjour le monde!
# In `locales/de/main.ftl`
hello-world = Hallo Welt!

Rust Code

use unic_langid::{LanguageIdentifier, langid};

const EN_US: LanguageIdentifier = langid!("en-US");
const FR: LanguageIdentifier = langid!("fr");

fluent_templates::static_loader! {
    static LOCALES = {
        // Loaded at compile-time.
        locales: "./tests/locales",
        fallback_language: "en-US",

fn main() {
    assert_eq!("Hello World!", LOCALES.lookup(&EN_US, "hello-world"));
    assert_eq!("Bonjour le monde!", LOCALES.lookup(&FR, "hello-world"));

Continuing working on Git Interactive Rebase Tool, which is a sequence editor for Git written in Rust using Ncurses.

Last week I finished a major rewrite of the text rendering system. This week I am adding the ability to view a commit diff during editing the TODO file. I've been working on the feature on and off for a few months now, but keep having to make unrelated changes to support the feature, so hopefully this week will be the one.

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Refreshing my Rust Know How and writing/collecting some important notes across several Forum Answers. For me it will be fine to have a Comparison between C and common Rust without using unsafe parts.

We will see :wink:

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