A blog post titled, "Diving into Go by Building a CLI Application" has been making it's rounds of the internet. It uses a small XKCD downloader as the subject. I thought was small and self contained enough, that it'd be interesting to see the same example in Rust!
In an attempt to get more words on paper I'm going to attempt to microblog.
This is the second post in a series detailing the issues, progress, and design decisions used in
clap v3. This post details removing the "stringly typed" nature of
I want to put out some notes on why clap v3 is taking so long. I'd also like to spell out what exactly I've been doing over the past few months and why there hasn't appeared to be much progress publicly.
This site represents something I've been meaning to do quite some time; write out my thoughts on various subjects. I plan on writing about my work in Rust, most likely on projects like
clap, but also some personal thoughts on the happenings of the greater tech industry.