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There are a few features that I would absolutely love to see in Rust. Examples include a Rust version of Python's f-strings and Enum variant types. As a hobbyist programmer, however, I am not anywhere near being confident that I could provide any value here. I recognize a lot of the people discussing these things on GitHub, because they seem like Rust celebrities and I see them everywhere. Can people like me actually help out here, or would I just be wasting people's time and cluttering up the discussions? At the moment, the only contribution I make is getting excited and reacting with the little 🚀 emoji on GitHub, when progress is made on the issues I'm subscribed to.
The Rust package manager
Am I reading this correctly that these two combined result in dev-dependencies getting ignored unless explicitly asked for? That would fix the longstanding issue due to which distros have to patch the Cargo.toml of crates to prevent Cargo from pulling in dependencies that can only be available on other platforms (e. g. winapi).
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RFCs for changes to Rust
See RFC 3007.
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