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Design Issues for Foreign Function Interfaces: A survey of existing native interfaces for several languages and some suggestions.
Emacs Docs: The modern documentation website Emacs deserves.
Julia 1.7 Highlights.
It took little under a decade for the headline feature developer Jon Skinner added to Sublime Text’s second version to become one of the defining features of this decade’s software. — The History of Command Palettes: How Typing Commands Became The Norm Again
When I first started using Rust, I really missed monads. But here’s the thing. Having used lots of monads in Haskell, and read lots of blog posts about monads, I’ve learned that in systems contexts, it’s often best to just have a simple monad stack that just consists of Reader + IO (and Maybe’s and Option’s sprinkled about occasionally). Huge monad transformer stacks often raise more problems than they solve. But Reader + IO is essentially the “default monad stack” of Rust. — Haskell’s Children
First attempt looks nice: