What’s everyone working on this week (33/2022)?

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  • lemmeknow

    The fastest way to identify anything!

    Adding bytes support for lemmeknow - the fastest way to identify anything now can identify bytes too 😁 working on finalizing new release with this awesome update <3.

  • book

    The Rust Programming Language

    I've just started learning Rust this weekend after using Haskell for multiple years. I'm following The Rust Book and everything is pretty clear so far! Can't wait to start working on my first OSS project in Rust 🥳

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  • SquireCore

    The backend library used by Squire Tournament Services

    I'll be working on what I've been working on for a while, SquireCore, an open source tournament management software geared toward Magic: the Gathering (and likely it's application in it's Discord bot).

  • fast_fp

    Just found out about -C linker-plugin-lto today, glad I searched before I attempted to have another try at fast-math on Rust. Curious use of freeze though.. I think that's still UB in the sense that it still produces arbitrary data if you pass-in NaNs or infs to floating-point functions.

  • rust

    Empowering everyone to build reliable and efficient software.

    I think I'm gonna try -Z llvm-plugins instead. I didn't consider fast-math types before since those require patching dependencies and I don't want to do that with bevy or rapier. The PR says it needs a shared library build which isn't supported on Windows. Prob needs /WHOLEARCHIVE in the linking step to make it work with a static build.

  • hexerator

    Versatile GUI hex editor focused on binary file exploration and aiding pattern recognition

    I'm working on my hex editor, hexerator.

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