On Mon, Nov 27, 2017 at 06:38:50PM +0100, Igor Gnatenko wrote:
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Hmm, it seems that those package are not yet available.
I see that rust-base100 was built in koji, but it's not available in repos.
Same for fd-find and exa... Not sure what's going on here.
On a related note: why is "exa" called "rust-exa"? The
"rust-" prefix seems
uncessary, for executables, since from the user's POV the implementation
language is just an implementation detail. For libraries it'd be different.
Same situation occurs with python programs, and the guidelines do _not_
prescribe python-dnf, but just dnf, etc. Is there any chance we could
drop the "rust-" prefix from user programs?
> * fd-find
> fd is a simple, fast and user-friendly alternative to find.
> While it does not seek to mirror all of find's powerful functionality, it
> provides sensible (opinionated) defaults for 80% of the use cases.
> * exa
> exa is a modern replacement for ls. It uses colours for information by default,
> helping you distinguish between many types of files, such as whether you are
> the owner, or in the owning group. It also has extra features not present in
> the original ls, such as viewing the Git status for a directory, or recursing
> into directories with a tree view. exa is written in Rust, so it’s small, fast,
> and portable.
> * ripgrep
> ripgrep is a line-oriented search tool that recursively searches your current
> directory for a regex pattern while respecting your gitignore rules. To a first
> approximation, ripgrep combines the usability of The Silver Searcher (similar
> to ack) with the raw speed of GNU grep.
> (actually it is faster than GNU grep 😛)
> * rustfilt
> Demangle Rust symbol names using rustc-demangle. rustfilt works similarly to
> c++filt, in that it accepts mangled symbol names as command line arguments, and
> if none are provided it accepts mangled symbols from stdin. Demangled symbols
> are written to stdout.
> * rustfmt
> A tool for formatting Rust code according to style guidelines.
> * tokei
> Tokei is a program that displays statistics about your code. Tokei will show
> number of files, total lines within those files and code, comments, and blanks
> grouped by language.
> I would really recommend you to try out fd-find, exa, ripgrep and tokei! If you
> are developing something in rust, rustfilt and rustfmt might be useful for you.
> - --
> - -Igor Gnatenko
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