Persistent data structures now that generics are coming?

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  • elvish

    Elvish = Expressive Programming Language + Versatile Interactive Shell

    One of the library types that benefits from having generics is "data structure" libraries. Does anyone know of work going on to make a Go 1.18+ persistent data structure library (something like this or this)?

  • peds

    Type safe persistent/immutable data structures for Go

    One of the library types that benefits from having generics is "data structure" libraries. Does anyone know of work going on to make a Go 1.18+ persistent data structure library (something like this or this)?

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  • collection

    A suite of general-purpose collections for Go (by rickb777)

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