This is my collection of things that I desire to publish out there for you to read, use, or reference. I have attempted to create a simple tag system to help you navigate the content. The default view will simply list everything. I hope to improve the design of this portal to my collection of things over time. Enjoy!
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PYTHON I/O DEMO SOCKETS MS-SQL-SERIES MICROSOFT SQL MERGE SELECT INSERT RUST GUIDE EASY ARM CROSS-COMPILE RUSTC SYSTEM-SOFTWARE KERNEL USER-MODE-SCHEDULING THREADS THREADING RUST-DEV LINK UBUNTU WANDBOARD EMBEDDED LINUX LOOPBACK DEVICE DISK IMAGE PROJECT RTLSDR SCANNER RADIO SOFTWARE DEFINED RADIO DSP C TOR INTERNALS POINTERS CODE LIFETIME-SPECIFIERS MS-SQL UDF TABLE RSA SSH-KEYGEN GC GARBAGE-COLLECTOR HISTORY DEBIAN GNURADIO SETUP GO CUSTOM-BOX LINKED-LIST CONDITIONAL-COMPILATION CRATES RAW-PACKET LOW-LEVEL-NET LIBRARY NETWORK DNS TCP IP UDP NIM PORT CHALLENGE FUN POLYMORPHISM COMMUNICATION CHANNELS MESSAGES ASN ASN.1 CONSOLE KSPLICE HOT-PATCH NAMED PIPE PROGRAMMING IPC
An adventure into system programming using Rust targetting primarily ARM, at first at least.Mailing List Post About Rust Threading Model 1:1 Versus M:N
This is a cover all for my digital signal processing projects.A Familar Pointer With A Rusty Twist
(Work In Progress) A Familar Pointer With A Rusty Twist, is a writing which tries to explain pointers in Rust to a programmer which has already had some experience with pointers in another language. I use a lot of code examples and deliberatly walk the reader into problems and try to work with them to solve these problems. By walking through the problems it gives the reader a chance to solve these problems on their own before being presented with the answer which helps to build confidence.Rust Example Of Required Two Lifetime Specifiers
A example of the requiring of two lifetime specifiers in Rust.Rust: Nice History And View On Garbage Collection
A nice history and view on garbage collection. [http://pcwalton.github.io/blog/2013/06/02/removing-garbage-collection-from-the-rust-language/]Rust Custom Box Implementation
A custom box implementation in Rust.Rust Safe Uni-Directional Link List
An implementation of a uni-directional linked list in safe Rust code which uses Rc to facilitate safely having multiple owners, and RefCell for inner mutability. This is my first successful linked list implementation, but it is inefficient in it's usage of Rc>T< and the API is wonky requiring clone calls.Conditional Compilation Across Crates
I ran into a situation where I needed to do conditional compilation based on what a crate contained or supported. My project uses the same crate name but would produce different crates depending on the system, target(cpu), and board. So some would offer more features. In my quest to solve this problem I found an interesting way to do it with LTO (link-time optimization).Rust (Challenge) Port Simple State Machine
A friend suggested porting the following code from Nim to Rust. I have never used Nim but could grasp the intention of the code. I had to make a choice along the way. Was I going to support multiple Worker being able to use the same State, and was I going to support multiple State being able to use the same worker. Well, I decide to allow multiple workers to use the same state and left it open to be implemented for state to be able to implement a field to hold a specific worker.Rust Uni-Directional Linked List Using Box<T> Not Rc<T>
This is a implementation of a uni-directional linked list using Box<T> instead of Rc<T> as my original implementation did. It required the usage of std::mem::swap which proved very helpful. It also sports a nicer API.A Rust library that provides a thread-safe distributed message sending facility supporting synchronous and asynchronous I/O.
A Rust library that provides a thread-safe distributed message sending facility supporting synchronous and asynchronous I/O. [https://github.com/kmcguire3413/water.rs]Linux Named Pipes
I hope this is a good resource for named pipes on linux.