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A Google image search for ‘stylish dog’ says: “Arguing about style is silly, just *be* stylish (by using tools to enforce code style).”

It’s a common trope that developers love to argue about code style. From the age old JavaScript debate over semi-colons, to even older debates over “tabs vs spaces”, there’s been a lot of emotional energy spent on this topic.

This article isn’t a new addition to that debate. Instead, this article will attempt to help you avoid the debate entirely, at least in your Rust projects, by explaining how you can use the rustfmt tool to enforce style guidelines using CI. …


ashley williams

a mess like this is easily five to ten years ahead of its time. @integer32llc @mozilla eng. @rustlang core. rustWASM WG. former @npmjs, @nodejs director.

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