Decided I'd rock the internet like it's the early 2000's. Finally put together a gatsby site to act as a blog.
Spent a chunk of the weekend designing something and pushing it live.
And then I can't think of a damn thing to write as a post.
Well, at least I can pretend I've actually been productive this weekend. So, there's that...
So #scuttlebutt seems pretty interesting as a decentralised thing. Been reading into it the last few days.
When a language, (like #rust) has it's own build chain toolset (cargo), it erks me when I have to reach for something like Make.
In this case it's because I have some non-rust stuff to compile as part of the project. But now I've lost the nice `cargo build` to build the whole thing.
I can use a `build.rs` but that's just pure rust code and makes writing up the rules for non-rust stuff a bit of a pain in the ass.
Maybe a future project? `rust-build-make`?
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