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Zero-cost asynchronous programming in Rust
Rust lacks an implementation of ReactiveX. futures/futures-signals seems to be the the ecosystem equivalent but I'm sure there'd be a lot of interest in an actual implementation.
A curated list of Rust code and resources that do NOT exist yet, but would be beneficial to the Rust community.
Aside from that, there's always Not-Yet-Awesome Rust. (Check the issues too. The README is lagging behind.)
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Coming from go ecosystem I would really like to have something like https://goreleaser.com/ for rust
Tensors and dynamic neural networks in pure Rust.
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When I look at stuff like pjsip, I get the impression, it would be huge amount of work. Am I mistaken?
SIP framework built in Rust
That said, there's this, which looks to be on the road already! https://github.com/vasilakisfil/viska
Rust implementation of Reactive Extensions.
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The Reactive Extensions for the Rust Programming Language (by ReactiveX)
It's a New Kind of Wrapper for Exposing LLVM (Safely)
The high level crate is called inkwell.
Golang package for gossip based membership and failure detection
An equivalent of golang's memberlist would be awesome.
Full-featured 2d graphics library for Nim. (by treeform)
A 2d graphics library like Nim’s pixie
The Rust package registry
That's a great idea. https://github.com/rust-lang/crates.io/issues/4117
LiteDB - A .NET NoSQL Document Store in a single data file - https://www.litedb.org
A mature NoSQL embedded/flatfile database like LiteDB would be nice. There are some similar Rust libraries but they aren't very close to production ready and the API tends to not be too user friendly. I had trouble finding one of these for a small app I had to write recently.
The Servo Browser Engine
Well, I mean considering Rust was developed by Mozilla for Servo
Allows to distribute computations across several nodes
I'm currently working on node_crunch.
RFCs for changes to Rust
I wanted to use logging in unit tests but having a setup/teardown for all tests is not yet possible https://github.com/rust-lang/rfcs/issues/1664 The current workaround is doing an init function that you call at the beginning of each tests
Source code for the Mun language and runtime.
It's also used by mun.
(朽木) HTML/XML tree manipulation library for Rust
Btw did you look at https://github.com/kuchiki-rs/kuchiki?
An LZMA decoder/encoder written in pure Rust
Pure-Rust LZMA decompression exists: https://github.com/gendx/lzma-rs
Bzip2 upstream started an incremental Rust port, but it seems the upstream maintainers are busy with other projects. Help would be welcome.
A flexible, asynchronous library for using and serving CoAP resources in Rust.
Pure Rust multimedia format demuxing, tag reading, and audio decoding library
That's a big undertaking, but https://github.com/pdeljanov/Symphonia is surprisingly far along when it comes to binary decoding, which is the most risky and security-critical part of the entire pipeline.
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