Error handling project group
If anyone's interested in helping to shape the future of Rust's built-in error-handling story, there's an error handling project group that's been doing great work recently, e.g. the major effort to move the Error trait into libcore ( https://github.com/rust-lang/project-error-handling/issues/3 ) and stabilizing std::backtrace. You can follow along or get involved via the #project-error-handling channel on the Rust zulip: https://rust-lang.zulipchat.com/
The Rust Programming Language
This glaring omission from this is the "enum idiom":
they talk about it here:
but including more than a snippet would to a long way to that "aha" moment I think. This was frustrating for me browsing this site. The author wrote 10 pages of docs, but nearly all the examples are like 5 line snippets of code. I think examples are equally important as the discussion itself. Rust itself suffers from the same problem:
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