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What's everyone working on this week (4/2022)?
8 projects | reddit.com/r/rust | 24 Jan 2022
Other than that, I've published my very first Rust library riichi-hand-rs (I'm happy to get any feedback for it!). It's a library used in another my project, chombot, and it's core feature is parsing Japanese Mahjong hands in a human-readable format, verifying, and rendering them. I decided to split this part into a library in order to improve the overall quality of the code, and hopefully have some more motivation to add some more features into it, that will not necessarily make it into the main app. Actually, chombot has had been implemented in Kotlin before - it was last week that I've decided to rewrite it in Rust and it's been loads of fun!
What are some alternatives?
mjai-reviewer - 🔍🀄️ Review mahjong game log with mjai-compatible mahjong AI.
rofi-pass - rofi frontend for pass
Rust-CUDA - Ecosystem of libraries and tools for writing and executing fast GPU code fully in Rust.
RiichiBooks - A book on riichi mahjong strategies
muss - Music Set Scripting language
blis - BLAS-like Library Instantiation Software Framework
rusterizer - Bare-bones software renderer written in Rust
MonopolyLandingAnalysis - Analyzing the odds of players landing on specific spaces in the classic Monopoly game and learning Rust all at the same time
tundra - MyAnimeList scrobbler for Linux
riichi-hand-rs - A collection of utilities for working with Riichi Mahjong player hands to use with Rust programming language