Yet Another Snazzy Rust CLI

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  • rollout

    I recently looked at using pjeziorowski's rollout tool to cross-publish to hashnode and devto. Started making a few minor changes. Then considered a few contentious changes. And in the end decided I should just make my own in Rust. Because... Rust in all the things.

  • Rollout

    Feature flippers.

    To avoid confusion with the original (or some Ruby feature flag thingie), I dub thee... BULLHORN (stylized in all-caps, for obvious reasons).

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  • reqwest

    An easy and powerful Rust HTTP Client

    "How to choose the right Rust HTTP client" gives a good overview of Rust HTTP crates. In this case, I settled on reqwest.

  • medium-api-docs

    Documentation for Medium's OAuth2 API

    The medium API is pretty limited. You can post new articles, but you can't update (i.e. PUT) existing articles. In fact, you can't even GET your articles. Regardless, I'd still like to check for an article using the canonical URL to avoid POSTing a duplicate. Unfortunately, it seems the only viable option to obtain your articles is to get your RSS feed, get individual posts, and check the HTML element for the canonical link.

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