why do you think the experience of writing Rust is better than writing Go?

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  • go

    The Go programming language

    I agree with all of these points, but as of 2 days ago, the core team started publicly discussing an iterator interface with for integration!

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    sccache is ccache with cloud storage

    heavy target directories despite of using sccache.

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  • golangci-lint

    Fast linters Runner for Go

    As for how accessible its configuration is, I hope the reference configuration speaks for itself. You don't need to set all these things to get it going for your own project, but you do need to know that these options exist before you can pick and tune them for your own project, so either way you're going to stare into that abyss.

  • money

    Structures for dealing with currencies and conversions between currencies for CLInvoice (by Iron-E)

    Be forewarned, I am a heathen

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