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  1. `cargo-sonar`

    Announcing cargo-sonar

    For a few days, I’ve been working on a small project called cargo-sonar and now is the time to make it public.

    Why?

    Sonar [1] is a great tool for managing the quality of your software. Although, you might disagree if you’ve been using it 10 …

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  2. Dynamic iterators

    Introduction

    If you ever tried to return an Iterator from a function and had difficulties with it, this article might help.

    Let’s introduce a context first. Imagine for a minute you’re trying to define a trait to list the colors of anything. For example, you could implement this …

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  3. vim running Rust tests

    Introduction

    If you ever used VS Code to edit Rust source code, you might already know you can launch just the test you care about.

    Run a Rust test in VSCode

    But I love too much Vim to convert to VSCode. And yes, I know there is a Vim plugin but these emulation plugins are never …

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  4. Hole is back

    Introduction

    It has been about 6 years or so since I last wrote on this blog. Life happened I guess! But I once again have the envy to express myself: document things I experiment, publish experiences I do. Always about computer sciences, what else!

    What changed?

    Well, quite a lot …

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  5. Displaying dates and time in Gnuplot

    Introduction

    When you need to display some specific data in Gnuplot, it may be hard. However, for dates, it is easy, there is already a functionality.

    For example, if you want to display date and hour base on a timestamp you have in your data, you can and that is …

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