🦀 Publishing My First Rust Crate

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  • rust-orphan-rules

    An unofficial, experimental place for documenting and gathering feedback on the design problems around Rust's orphan rules

    Need to keep a lot of things in mind to make sure your crate has great interoperability with the existing Rust ecosystem, e.g. because of the orphan rule the users of your crate won't be able to implement the traits defined in std or serde for the types from your crate, so you have to decide which ones it makes sense to implement and provide that implementation yourself.

  • Cargo

    The Rust package manager

    It is currently not possible to specify that a certain version of a crate implementing some cargo-* subcommand must be installed when working on my crate. It's quite limiting, especially coming from JS where you can explicitly declare a cli package as a dependency of your own package and use it in build scripts, etc.

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  • cargo-release

    Cargo subcommand `release`: everything about releasing a rust crate.

    Use cargo-release and setup pre-release hooks and replacements.

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