@brandon If you want some code review afterwards, I'm happy to help.
I totally won't just run it through `rustfmt` and `clippy`… Emphasis on the “just”.
@wizzwizz4 I am definitely going to be following up on this one bud ;)
I haven't gotten one bug report for anything I've made yet unfortunately and I REALLY want some criticism on my code in some way :p
@wizzwizz4 No, but I tried it anyway.
@nathand oh damn that's a good point!
@vancha To be honest I've been looking to either learn rust or golang for a while and then after reading an introduction to rust it started to feel a lot more accessible. Part of my aversion has been more so that I'm afraid to code in these C-like languages because I've been super afraid of royally fucking something up :P
Sounds kind of silly now that I've put it in words but yeah
@brandon rust seems to give you a harder time doing so it seems, but thus far I seem to have a bigger problem with learning gtk. I don't know C, and that seems to be almost a requirement to learn the whole gobject thing.
But the reason I'm going for rust is precisely to prevent myself from making mistakes I cold have made in C 😅
@vancha huh, I didn't know that you could write GTK apps in Rust too! Heck, I thought it was only possible to make them in C!
@brandon there's actually a couple frameworks that give rust gtk gui features, gtk-rs is probably the most well known, with the next being the less mature(i think) druid crate.
@vancha Hmm, I may just want to make a desktop app at some point in the future
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