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Not a C/C++ programmer either, but I got an example. InnoDB was first released in 2001, and was ported from C to C++ in 2011: https://github.com/mysql/mysql-server/compare/78f4351..3a455...
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I would go with a transpiler approach first (eg https://c2rust.com/) and then gradually transition pieces to use the Rust standard library and to safe code instead of the adhoc custom containers.
Still, that all would be predicated on having good Rust experience or using it as a learning experience and that may not be the motivation of the authors.
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STL has a lot of weird pitfalls. There was std::vector. Here you can see some pitfalls of std::unordered_map: <https://youtu.be/ncHmEUmJZf4?t=2220>. The whole talk is interesting to watch. In the beginning you can also see the puzzling design of std::unordered_map (puzzling because of the number of indirections).
I'd reach for abseil first: <https://abseil.io/>.
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There's also transmission-web and transmission-remote-gui. Both great if your torrent system is separate from your desktop.
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I've been using aria2c for some multithreaded HTTP downloading stuff recently. I surprisingly found it to get bottlenecked on a single core.
For torrents, I tend to just use rtorrent, which has worked perfectly for me for probably 15 years now. https://github.com/rakshasa/rtorrent. Nice, fast, doesn't seem to use many resources to get the job done.
aria2 is a lightweight multi-protocol & multi-source, cross platform download utility operated in command-line. It supports HTTP/HTTPS, FTP, SFTP, BitTorrent and Metalink.
Exceptions can be avoided with the use of `noexcept` whenever we can do avoid them, especially in sensitive areas that we cannot risk exception throws.
> but I don't think GP deserved the downvotes for the speculation.
That's why I asked @squid_demon for a real example that possibly got bitten by it; else, it's simply an emotional reaction for favoring one tool over another.
If aria2  that is implemented in C++ is extremely fast, then I can almost guarantee that transmission's refactoring in C++ will get there too, sooner or later.
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