A website dedicated to the turbofish syntax from the Rust Programming Language, and its guardian angel, Anna Harren.
In the comments of a Reddit thread, the name "turbofish" was coined for the first time by a developer named Anna Harren (u/deadstone), and was subsequently used by both the community and official documentation.
Sadly, she passed away in 2021, but she will forever be memorialized within Rust.
More Turbofish Lore:
- A test showcasing the parsing ambiguity solved by the turbofish: Bastion of the Turbofish
- Why turbo.fish also has reversed a turbofish: "What is the proper term for an 'UFCS'-flavored paths?"
- A guide on how to use the turbofish and what it does: "Where to put the turbofish"
This software is available under the terms of the GNU AGPL version 3 or later. Details can be found in the LICENSE file.