Go'ing Insane Part Two: Partial Privacy

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  • GitHub repo OK

    Welcome to the future of programming languages: OK? (by jesseduffield)

    Your OK? language is brilliant. Our codebase rewrite is underway.

  • GitHub repo automod

    Pull in every source file in a directory as a module

    The example in the article has a module defined in-line using the `mod` keyword, and as for including the whole directory, you'll need to use `mod my_file` for each file in the `mod.rs` file. This makes sense in my head because it's like you're just saying `mod ` as if you were doing it inline. I prefer being explicit here (admittedly with limited Rust usage like yourself) but you can use a macro to auto-include every file in a directory: https://github.com/dtolnay/automod

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  • GitHub repo ocaml

    The core OCaml system: compilers, runtime system, base libraries

    Depends on the language.

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