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I've also been reading about efforts to add Rust support to GCC, which is not something that I totally understand, but seems to solve a lot of people's concerns around LLVM.
I read the RFC on adding Rust to the Linux kernel today. It seems like a glimpse of what's to come for Rust, especially since Linus didn't totally hate it.
I'm curious to hear thoughts on the topic.
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My only gripe so far is how cryptic function and struct names are for stuff at the *nix layer.
This is my best guess as to what these abbreviated function names stand for in `shadow.h`, for example:
`getspnam` -> `get_shadow_password_name`?
`endspent` -> `end_shadow_password_entry`?
Long live expressive variable and function names!
Also, I was really impressed to learn that mocking functions in unit tests can be done via the linker.
Tooling around C/*nix is amazing. I love being able to jump to man pages for functions and data types with `K` in Vim.
Does anyone have any experience muxing signals between a 125khz RFID reader and multiple antennas?
I think I'm getting signal loss or interference from the mux and I'd like to better understand why. I'm trying to observe the differences in the muxed and non-muxed signal with a multimeter and having little success.
Perhaps its time for an oscilloscope.
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