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  • GitHub repo traceroute

    Rust traceroute (by mcpherrinm)

    Last time I tried to compile it didn’t: https://github.com/mcpherrinm/traceroute

  • GitHub repo nshare

    Provides an interface layer to convert between n-dimensional types in different Rust crates

    First, let me explain a crate, where old dependencies do matter. There is one very handy crate called nshare. It's used for converting images into ndarrays. The libraries between nshare converts are regularly updated, for example to support new formats or to make the usage more convenient. If one writes a new software there could be conflicts in versions of ndarray (for example), so we make sure, that nshare is always up-to-date and works with the newest versions in order to build the best code on it. Another example could be everything cryptographic. If there would be a security issue with ring we really want every dependent to be updated.

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    Less time debugging, more time building. Scout APM allows you to find and fix performance issues with no hassle. Now with error monitoring and external services monitoring, Scout is a developer's best friend when it comes to application development.

  • GitHub repo image

    Encoding and decoding images in Rust (by image-rs)

    First, let me explain a crate, where old dependencies do matter. There is one very handy crate called nshare. It's used for converting images into ndarrays. The libraries between nshare converts are regularly updated, for example to support new formats or to make the usage more convenient. If one writes a new software there could be conflicts in versions of ndarray (for example), so we make sure, that nshare is always up-to-date and works with the newest versions in order to build the best code on it. Another example could be everything cryptographic. If there would be a security issue with ring we really want every dependent to be updated.

  • GitHub repo rust-ndarray

    ndarray: an N-dimensional array with array views, multidimensional slicing, and efficient operations

    First, let me explain a crate, where old dependencies do matter. There is one very handy crate called nshare. It's used for converting images into ndarrays. The libraries between nshare converts are regularly updated, for example to support new formats or to make the usage more convenient. If one writes a new software there could be conflicts in versions of ndarray (for example), so we make sure, that nshare is always up-to-date and works with the newest versions in order to build the best code on it. Another example could be everything cryptographic. If there would be a security issue with ring we really want every dependent to be updated.

  • GitHub repo ring

    Safe, fast, small crypto using Rust (by briansmith)

    First, let me explain a crate, where old dependencies do matter. There is one very handy crate called nshare. It's used for converting images into ndarrays. The libraries between nshare converts are regularly updated, for example to support new formats or to make the usage more convenient. If one writes a new software there could be conflicts in versions of ndarray (for example), so we make sure, that nshare is always up-to-date and works with the newest versions in order to build the best code on it. Another example could be everything cryptographic. If there would be a security issue with ring we really want every dependent to be updated.

NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts plus user suggested alternatives. Hence, a higher number means a more popular project.

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