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  • #21
    Originally posted by bug77 View Post
    There is a reason people love Rust, but I think nobody expects everything to be rewritten now.
    I suspect that a lot of people who love Rust aren't even programmers.

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    • #22
      Originally posted by bison View Post
      I suspect that a lot of people who love Rust aren't even programmers.
      Care to elaborate? I know I'm not everybody, but I am a programmer and so far I like what I have seen about Rust. It's not the easiest to read, but that may be because my background is mostly Java.

      Tooling is great (though decent IDEs aren't free), dependency management is top-notch and the compiler actually helps you write the code. Lambda expressions, proper pattern matching, async/await, it's all there. With some additional goodies still to come.

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      • #23
        Originally posted by Lycanthropist View Post
        Is there something similar to XSetIOErrorExitHandler in xcb?
        In contrast to Xlib, XCB had explicit error handling from the beginning. It never calls exit() automatically.

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