hashids.cr VS crystal-gobject

Compare hashids.cr vs crystal-gobject and see what are their differences.


A Crystal shard to generate YouTube-like hashes from one or many numbers. Use hashids when you do not want to expose your database ids to the user. (by splattael)
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hashids.cr crystal-gobject
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52 125
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0.0 1.8
over 3 years ago about 2 years ago
Crystal Crystal
MIT License BSD 3-clause "New" or "Revised" License
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Tracking mentions began in Dec 2020.


Posts with mentions or reviews of crystal-gobject. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-10-16.
  • Can anyone point me to a shard(?) that will let me draw to a window on linux?
    3 projects | /r/crystal_programming | 16 Oct 2021
    crystal-gobject is what you'd use for GTK.
  • Packaging your Crystal app into a Flatpak
    10 projects | dev.to | 23 May 2021
    app-id: dev.geopjr.Hashbrown runtime: org.gnome.Platform runtime-version: "3.38" sdk: org.gnome.Sdk command: hashbrown finish-args: - --socket=wayland - --socket=fallback-x11 - --share=ipc cleanup: - /include - /lib/pkgconfig - /share/doc - /share/man - "*.a" - "*.la" modules: - name: libevent sources: - type: git url: https://github.com/libevent/libevent.git tag: release-2.1.12-stable - name: hashbrown buildsystem: simple build-commands: - $(pwd)/crystal/bin/crystal build ./src/hashbrown.cr --no-debug --release - install -D -m 0755 hashbrown /app/bin/hashbrown - install -D -m 0644 extra/Hashbrown.desktop /app/share/applications/dev.geopjr.Hashbrown.desktop - install -D -m 0644 extra/icons/logo.svg /app/share/icons/hicolor/scalable/apps/dev.geopjr.Hashbrown.svg - install -D -m 0644 extra/icons/symbolic.svg /app/share/icons/hicolor/symbolic/apps/dev.geopjr.Hashbrown-symbolic.svg post-install: - install -D -m 0644 extra/dev.geopjr.Hashbrown.metainfo.xml /app/share/metainfo/dev.geopjr.Hashbrown.metainfo.xml sources: - type: git url: https://github.com/GeopJr/Hashbrown.git tag: v1.2.0 commit: 02ecf5cc5aacc32fc484fd9e348d2b1220168295 - type: archive dest: crystal/ url: https://github.com/crystal-lang/crystal/releases/download/1.0.0/crystal-1.0.0-1-linux-x86_64.tar.gz sha256: 00211ca77758e99210ec40b8c5517b086d2ff9909e089400f6d847a95e5689a4 - type: git url: https://github.com/jhass/crystal-gobject.git commit: 6468c57f8aa54b71c766d27b1e59e87a09ee8552 dest: lib/gobject - type: git url: https://github.com/elorest/compiled_license.git tag: v0.1.3 commit: f287c2c8c95579688fa5620df954d8cc1272cbbf dest: lib/compiled_license

What are some alternatives?

When comparing hashids.cr and crystal-gobject you can also consider the following projects:


flatpak-builder-tools - Various helper tools for flatpak-builder

prime - A Crystal implementation of a prime number generator

faker - Faker is a Crystal library that generates fake data for you

crystal - The Crystal Programming Language

crsfml - Crystal bindings to SFML multimedia/game library

gtk4.cr - GTK4 bindings for Crystal

libevent - Event notification library

flatpak - Linux application sandboxing and distribution framework

sdl.cr - SDL2 bindings for Crystal

Collision - Check hashes for your files - A GUI tool to generate, compare and verify MD5, SHA-1, SHA-256 & SHA-512 hashes.

compiled_license - Compiles all Licenses from project into binary for MIT compliance