For the naysayers about the importance of #rustlang's borrow checker, #dlang just added a prototype, #swiftlang is taking steps to add one and C++ is adding more and more features in that direction with each new standard.
Like it or hate it, hard to deny its influence, considering how young the language is.
#Tusky 11 is out since a few days. This time we did not make big changes, but quite a lot of polishing and some small new features, most of which can be toggled with a setting:
- Notifications about new follow requests when your account is locked
- disable swiping between tabs
- show a confirmation dialog before boosting a toot
- show link previews in timelines
"Why is this program erroneously rejected by three C++ compilers?"
Marbula One - the marble race
This is strangely entertaining and exciting to watch 😂
Deployed some fixes (the chart now resizes correctly, and I think I finally fixed a long-standing bug that someties made the chart disappear when multiple sites were fetching data simultaneously):
Also, added a readme to the codebase: https://git.rys.io/rysiek/covid/
I have a hunch some of you might enjoy the readme more than the graphs, in fact.
A few months ago I thought to myself: "Why not build a Table of Content generator in Rust?" and I did it and I've been using it ever since almost daily.
Just now I found out that it completely breaks when the markdown file contains a Rust derive in a code block.
Building this tiny tool taught me a lot about parsing text and I'm really glad I did it the hard way without using any markdown crates.
Performance artist generates virtual traffic jams in Google Maps by pulling a wagon full of smartphones
This Is a thread generated automatically with GPT2 from reddit's /r/askmen
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