What’s everyone working on this week (9/2022)?

This page summarizes the projects mentioned and recommended in the original post on reddit.com/r/rust

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  • lineiform

    A meta-JIT library for Rust interpreters

    Working on Lineiform, my meta-JIT library, some more.

  • roaring-rs

    A better compressed bitset in Rust

    We tried to release the new version of roaring-rs, better compressed bitset in Rust, but found out that the core library simd module was blocking us. We now have to work on std::simd to release the blocking features.

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  • glicol

    Graph-oriented live coding language and music DSP library written in Rust

    working on code refactoring:https://github.com/chaosprint/glicola graph-oriented live coding language and audio DSP library written in Rust

  • strop

    Stochastically generates machine code

    Working on strop!

  • tree-flat

    TreeFlat is the simplest way to build & traverse a pre-order Tree in Rust

    Working in the flattest tree library for Rust (https://github.com/mamcx/tree-flat), inspired by the talk “High-performance Tree Wrangling, the APL Way” by Aaron Hsu.

  • pot

    A private discord music bot writen in rust (by rurigk)

    Workin on pot a private discord bot to listen music with my friends It uses serenity and soundbird to manage the commands and playback But with a custom playlist system Is not fancy but does the work very well

  • conserve

    🌲 robust portable backup tool in Rust

    While working on Conserve and cargo-mutants I felt that existing Rust progress-bar libraries like Indicatif didn't give me enough control of how the bar was drawn, or at least I was working around them to insert my own text. For example, I wanted to draw several counters into a single line, and it seems like the only way to do that is to just push in a text string.

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  • cargo-mutants

    :zombie: `cargo mutants` mutation testing for Rust

    While working on Conserve and cargo-mutants I felt that existing Rust progress-bar libraries like Indicatif didn't give me enough control of how the bar was drawn, or at least I was working around them to insert my own text. For example, I wanted to draw several counters into a single line, and it seems like the only way to do that is to just push in a text string.

  • indicatif

    A command line progress reporting library for Rust

    While working on Conserve and cargo-mutants I felt that existing Rust progress-bar libraries like Indicatif didn't give me enough control of how the bar was drawn, or at least I was working around them to insert my own text. For example, I wanted to draw several counters into a single line, and it seems like the only way to do that is to just push in a text string.

  • atomic-data-rust

    Create, share, fetch and model Atomic Data! This project consists of a graph database + server, a CLI and a rust library.

    Working on Atomic-Server, a graph database / CMS for sharing structured data and schemas. Currently, I’m working on a CRDT implementation - trying to have conflict-free event-sourced version control system. Kind of harder than I thought!

NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts plus user suggested alternatives. Hence, a higher number means a more popular project.

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