axde
2020-01-22 15:11

This Week in Rust 322 - 21 JAN 2020

  • Smoke-testing Rust HTTP clients.
  • A sad day for Rust.
  • What is Rust and why is it so popular - from official StackOverflow blog.
  • Writing an OS in Rust: Allocator designs.
  • How refactoring a macro reduced my Rust project compilation time from 4 hours to 40 seconds.
  • Why the stabilization of advanced slice patterns is a big deal to me.
  • How to write fast Rust code.
  • Exposing C and Rust APIs: some thoughts from librsvg.
  • Rust on the ESP32 - SVD's, PAC's and USB flashing.
  • Epoll, Kqueue and IOCP explained with Rust.
  • Programming Servo: three years, 100 commits.
  • Project Verona: Microsoft's Rust inspired research language has been released.

This Week in Rust 322

plx211

How refactoring a macro reduced my Rust project compilation time from 4 hours to 40 seconds. bardzo ciekawy artykuł :)

axde

@plx211: Do tej pory jestem zdumiony na widok 7.3k linii w lib.rs. Fajny przykład refactoringu. Btw. ten projekt Multi-protocol Minecraft-compatible client written in Rust, śmiechłem.