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Smashing bugs to outerspace

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Keruspe/README.md

Desktop utilities

  • GPaste - Clipboard management system
  • Germinal - Terminal emulator based on VTE

Rust utilities

  • async-global-executor - A shared global executor implementation on top of async-executor, used by async-std
  • pinky-swear - Promises library with futures compatibility
  • rustls-connector - A TLS Connector similar to the ones from OpenSSL and native-tls, for RusTLS
  • tcp-stream - mio's TCPStream with built-in support for various TLS providers

Lapin rust AMQP client

  • amq-protocol - AMQP implementation in pure rust
  • lapin - AMQP 0.9.1 client in pure rust

Toy projects

  • facron - A filesystem cron based on fanotify
  • brainfuck.rs - An parser and interpretor for the brainfuck language in pure rust
  • tar-parser.rs - A tar archive parser in pure rust
  • g2048 - An implementation of the 2048 game

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Pinned

  1. GPaste Public

    Clipboard management system

    C 624 48

  2. Germinal Public

    Minimalist vte-based terminal emulator

    C 59 6

  3. AMQP client library in Rust, with a clean, futures based API

    Rust 754 82

  4. AMQP specifications

    Rust 26 12

  5. Brainfuck parser written in rust using nom

    Rust 9 1

  6. facron Public

    fanotify cron system

    C 20 6

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