Thank you to the Rust community + LibertyOS 0.7.0

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  • kernel

    The kernel for LibertyOS.

  • crates.io

    Source code for crates.io

    I just wanted to make a quick post, just to say "thank you" to you all. Without getting too detailed, I have been going through a lot lately, and I have felt like nothing I do has (or will have) value to anybody other than myself. I posted about my hobby OS and within two days, I have received 20 stars on my repository, my downloads hit 200 on crates.io, and I have plenty of helpful (and funny) comments to help me improve on my work. I am sure my work is kind of lame, but I definitely want to continue working on the OS I posted about. You guys rule, and I feel a lot better about myself. I feel like I might not be wasting my time.

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  • bmetal

    A simple, bare-bones crate for working with bare-metal targets.

    In your clone of https://github.com/LibertyOS-Development/bmetal

  • rustfmt

    Format Rust code

    In case the next question would be Why coding style?, do not wait an answer on that. See https://github.com/rust-lang/rustfmt README.me for additional information about How to format Rust code according to style guidelines.

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