I've been meaning to get started with Rust. It seems like a good investment if you want to get into system level development without dealing with complexity that comes with C++.
How are you learning Rust? are you following tutorials or reading a book? or just winging it and googling as you have questions?
Can you describe the DSL project you're doing a bit more?
Most that I've been looking at is source code from projects here and there, reading "the book" and I will most likely try to port a small lib I did when I was learning typescript.
The DSL I'm thinking on is somewhat for lawyers in Mexico, where they could describe what kind of parts of a text they need so after that generate a bunch of lawyery boilerplate for their needs it's a weird concept which I haven't really polished on thinking but that's somewhat the idea
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