This morning I decided to implement
my own version
of UNIX’s classic tree command
in Rust. I thought the algorithm was both non-trivial, and interesting enough
to warrant a quick blog post.
This is a post about Poline, a tiny
programming language I wrote recently. The main “gimmick” of Poline is
a feature called Green Threads. In fact, Poline doesn’t have many other
features besides them.
This is a post about ginkou, a tool I
made recently. This tool uses Rust, SQLite, as well as
mecab to archive sentences, and then to
retrieve them based on the words they contain.
This is a short post about a crate I recently published:
https://crates.io/crates/ludus. This crate provides the core logic of an NES
emulator, and can be used to build independent GUI applications.