Rust

A curated list of Rust code and resources.

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R4yGM stegbrute is a fast steganography brute force tool written in Rust using also threads to achieve a faster execution
 

Canop A small linux utility listing your filesystems.
 

mahkoh This crate provides a macro that generates a trait-union type. That is, a trait object type which can contain any one of a pre-determined set of implementors.
 

SergioBenitez Figment is a semi-hierarchical configuration library for Rust so con-free, it's unreal.
 

bbqsrc Ever wanted a Cursor in no_std? Well now you can have it. A 'fork' of Rust's std::io module for no_std environments, with the added benefit of not needing alloc.
 

async-graphql Async-graphql is a high-performance server-side library that supports all GraphQL specifications.
 

sassman Blazingly fast terminal recorder that generates animated gif images for the web written in rust
 

STBoyden Ocean is a project manager, similar to Rust's Cargo, for C and C++ written with Rust - that other systems programming language. The command syntax is very similar to that of Cargo's.
 
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eycorsican A lightweight and fast proxy utility tries to include any useful features.
 

qarmin Czkawka is a simple, fast and easy to use alternative to FSlint, written in Rust.
 
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epi052 A fast, simple, recursive content discovery tool written in Rust.
 

grego Blades is made to do one job and do it well - generate HTML files from the provided content using the provided templates.
 

stjepang Asynchronous TLS/SSL streams using rustls.
 

chemicstry An std::thread replacement for wasm32 target.
 

PsichiX Crates used to generate 2D mesh from images representing density/height map.
 

thefuntastic Hack project to build a digital tide clock using Rust and Raspberry Pi.
 

zama-ai Concrete is a fully homomorphic encryption (FHE) library that implements Zama's variant of TFHE. Concrete is based on the Learning With Errors (LWE) problem and on the Ring Learning With Errors (RLWE) problem, which are well studi
 

jkarneges This project attempts to compare the performance of a manually written poll loop vs async/await. It uses "fake" I/O objects that work in memory. The async executor uses no allocs, mutexes, or thread local storage, and tries to be
 

casperstorm Ajour is a World of Warcraft addon manager written in Rust with a strong focus on performance and simplicity. The project is completely advertisement free, privacy respecting and open source. Ajour currently supports Windows, macO
 
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rust-gamedev A suite of benchmarks designed to test and compare Rust ECS library performance across a variety of challenging circumstances.
 

89netraM MazeGenerator - A collection of algorithms for generating mazes, while visualizing them.
 

rust-lang-nursery A small macro for defining lazy evaluated static variables in Rust.
 

curlpipe Ox editor - an independent Rust text editor that runs in your terminal!
 

Edu4rdSHL FHC stands for Fast HTTP Checker, it's written in Rust. Works on Linux, Windows, macOS, Android, Aarch64, ARM and possibly in your oven.
 

dslchd Rust, actix-web3.0, demo, CN document
 

femtovg Antialiased 2D vector drawing library written in Rust.
 

mufeedvh A blazingly fast static web server in a single binary you can set up with zero code. πŸ”₯
 

Edu4rdSHL Fast DNS resolver written in Rust. Works on Linux, Windows, macOS, Android, Aarch64, ARM and possibly in your oven.
 

cormacrelf It's a program for watching when macOS switches to dark mode. Useful for making your text editor switch to a dark theme. Includes a Neovim (Lua) plugin to do exactly that.
 

dragonflyoss The nydus project implements a user space filesystem on top of a container image format that improves over the current OCI image specification
 

joshua-maros Easy self-referential struct generation for Rust.
 

LukasKalbertodt Simple macros to write colored and formatted text to a terminal. Based on `termcolor`, thus also cross-platform
 

DankDumpster Mouse-rs is a rust library for controlling your mouse from a rust program, without having to go into your kernel yourself.