And now we're discussing migrating part of the kernel to Rust

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  • openitg

    The OpenITG Project Code - an open-source rhythm dancing game based on StepMania 3.95

    Thorvalds was kind of right tbh. Lets take something C++ from that era like openITG for example. (https://github.com/openitg/openitg) it's a complete mess.... especially how they glued their lua engine in (xml doc of actors which then have lua scripts inside an xml element?!!? WTF?!) yeah hell no! I used to think C++ was superior but after writing for 4 years in pure C I start to value it's simplicity. It's a lot harder to create something complicated when you don't have crap like auto-pointers and function overloading...

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    The Rust Programming Language

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  • buildsome

    Buildsome: The awesome build system

    I worked in a company where a significant portion of infra was written in Haskell. Here are some publicly-available pieces: https://github.com/buildsome/buildsome (the build system) and some Git plugins: https://github.com/Elastifile/git-sling .

  • git-sling

    A git rebase & build queue manager

    I worked in a company where a significant portion of infra was written in Haskell. Here are some publicly-available pieces: https://github.com/buildsome/buildsome (the build system) and some Git plugins: https://github.com/Elastifile/git-sling .

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