What's everyone working on this week (45/2022)?

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

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  • heed

    A fully typed LMDB wrapper with minimum overhead

    I am currently working on exposing the new LMDB encryption feature from heed the safe LMDB wrapper with the help of the Cryptography community.

  • databricks-kube-operator

    A Kubernetes operator to enable GitOps style deploys for Databricks resources

    So I used kube-rs and came up with this: https://github.com/mach-kernel/databricks-kube-operator

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  • kube

    Rust Kubernetes client and controller runtime

    So I used kube-rs and came up with this: https://github.com/mach-kernel/databricks-kube-operator

  • smartcore

    A comprehensive library for machine learning and numerical computing. The library provides a set of tools for linear algebra, numerical computing, optimization, and enables a generic, powerful yet still efficient approach to machine learning.

    we are approaching version 0.3 for our library, that is the minimal Wasi-first version we are going to publish. Some last minute obstacles on generating random numbers: try to disentangle range generators usage so we can have a default feature with fewer external dependencies and wasm32/wasi-ready.

  • konst

    Const equivalents of std functions, compile-time comparison, and parsing.

    Doing the last few days of work on konst 0.3. I'm in the middle of working out the best way to make the konst::slice::bytes_* functions take &[u8], &[u8; N], &str, or char as the second parameter.

  • tagname

    derive macro that gives you a name of a current tag inside a variant as a string

    I released my first crate that provides a derive macro to easily obtain a name of a current variant in an enum as a string. I did it mostly to learn about procedural macros and the process of releasing a crate. I then found out there is strum which does this and much more. Nonetheless, I learned a lot and I found couple of nice tools like ```cargo-release and git-cliff.

  • strum

    A small rust library for adding custom derives to enums

    I released my first crate that provides a derive macro to easily obtain a name of a current variant in an enum as a string. I did it mostly to learn about procedural macros and the process of releasing a crate. I then found out there is strum which does this and much more. Nonetheless, I learned a lot and I found couple of nice tools like ```cargo-release and git-cliff.

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  • cargo-release

    Cargo subcommand `release`: everything about releasing a rust crate.

    I released my first crate that provides a derive macro to easily obtain a name of a current variant in an enum as a string. I did it mostly to learn about procedural macros and the process of releasing a crate. I then found out there is strum which does this and much more. Nonetheless, I learned a lot and I found couple of nice tools like ```cargo-release and git-cliff.

  • git-cliff

    A highly customizable Changelog Generator that follows Conventional Commit specifications ⛰️

    I released my first crate that provides a derive macro to easily obtain a name of a current variant in an enum as a string. I did it mostly to learn about procedural macros and the process of releasing a crate. I then found out there is strum which does this and much more. Nonetheless, I learned a lot and I found couple of nice tools like ```cargo-release and git-cliff.

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