I haven't written any #rust in months now and omg I miss it so much.
It's so satisfying to write. But I'm so busy with other stuff that I just haven't had the time/headspace for it.
I was just reading random programming things about ownership and got hit with... nostalgia?
is there a quick-and-dirty one-stop-shop error handling/definition guide for #rust that people can just point to when they want to learn how to stop doing .unwrap() on everything?
If not, does that mean I should write one?
Please, I'm begging you. Stop using .unwrap().
As of nushell 0.62.0, if you get a `nu::shell` error, you'll get a link you can click (first image).
If you click on that link, it'll take you straight to the docs (in docs.rs!) for that error (second image), with a handy "Resolution" section!
Yay miette! #rust
I should figure out how far along I am. I haven't wanted to go down a rabbit hole of getting the test runner "just right" so it's kinda janky right now and just kinda implodes on the first error.
lol kdl-rs fails literally the first test in the KDL Spec compliance test suite 🙈🙈🙈 #rust
plz send thoughts and prers in this trying time
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