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watchexec - Executes commands in response to file modifications

  •    Rust

watchexec is a simple, standalone tool that watches a path and runs a command whenever it detects modifications.

cargo-watch - Watches over your Cargo project's source

  •    Rust

Cargo Watch watches over your project's source for changes, and runs Cargo commands when they occur. If you've used nodemon, gulp, guard, watchman, or similar others, it will probably feel familiar.

ghlabel - Automatically creates and deletes labels on GitHub Issues to match a template

  •    Rust

A tool to automatically create and delete labels on GitHub Issues to match a YAML template. When you create a new repository on GitHub, the default labels in the issue tracker are fine for basic use. Sometimes you prefer to organize your labels differently and you like to use your own labels on every project. Doing this manually via the web interface can be quite painful if you have a lot of repositories and/or a lot of labels. ghlabel helps you save time by running one command to set a repository's labels to exactly those defined in your YAML template.

cargo-modules - A cargo plugin for showing a tree-like overview of a crate's modules.

  •    Rust

A cargo plugin for showing a tree-like overview of a crate's modules. With time, as your Rust projects grow bigger and bigger, it gets more and more important to properly structure your code. Fortunately Rust provides us with a quite sophisticated module system, allowing us to neatly split up our crates into arbitrarily small sub-modules of types and functions. While this helps to avoid monolithic and unstructured chunks of code, it can also make it hard at times to still mentally stay on top of the over-all high-level structure of the project at hand.




derive_more - Some more derive(Trait) options

  •    Rust

Rust has lots of builtin traits that are implemented for its basic types, such as Add, Not or From. However, when wrapping these types inside your own structs or enums you lose the implementations of these traits and are required to recreate them. This is especially annoying when your own structures are very simple, such as when using the commonly advised newtype pattern (e.g. MyInt(i32)). This library tries to remove these annoyances and the corresponding boilerplate code. It does this by allowing you to derive lots of commonly used traits for both structs and enums.

ptags - A parallel universal-ctags wrapper for git repository

  •    Rust

ptags is a universal-ctags wrapper to have the following features. Download from release page, and extract to the directory in PATH.

hex - 🔮 Futuristic take on hexdump, made in Rust.

  •    Rust

Futuristic take on hexdump. hex takes a file as input and outputs a hexadecimal colorized view to stdout.