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Create book from markdown files. Like Gitbook but implemented in Rust
Rust's mdBook is built this way, sorta, but the extensibility pieces are built into the binary. In other words, files in the src/cmd folder stand alone (with some minor pointering in mod.rs). I'd like to see something that has true, OS-path extensibility.
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[Code review request] What would you do differently in my security-related Rust projects?
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How does cargo resolve version compatibility?
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I ran "cargo update" and I cannot get Cargo to use the dependencies that I have specified in my Cargo.toml. What do I do?
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