Using trust-dns-resolver to do soa lookups
Published My First Crate: decon-spf
Today I published my first rust crate.[Read More]
Rust: Add an Example Program to your Library Crate
Recently I decided that I might actually publish my little rust crate. To that end I started looking into some of the things that are needed and what can be done. I have published a perl module in the past. And as a rule for myself, I like to provide an example program that uses a module or library. That is what I will look at today.[Read More]
Rust: Lazy Static Regex
Passing Regex around, helping the compiler keep things optimised.
Rust: Domain Name Validation
Recently, as I work my way through learning bits of rust, I have been thinking that I should in corporate some form of input validation for domains.
Today I will look at two crates.[Read More]
Rust: Move from binary to library and Add Documentation Examples that are tested.
In the previous article in this series I went through some basics of documenting your rust code. I had hoped to be able to take advantage of another nice feature of rust. That being the fact that code examples are actually tested by rust. I will go through the changes I had to make for this to work.[Read More]
Rust: Documenting your Code
As with all projects. It’s important to create documentation. This is, as we know, very important when creating code. When we come back to a project after a break, or if someone new takes over. Documentation will help you remember or learn what the code does. The thinking that was behind certain decisions.
SPF: Adding Support for A and MX Mechanisms in Rust
This is a quick followup on my progress in deconstructing SPF using Rust.
Today I was able to implement both
Looking at Regex in Rust (Addendum)
Hi. In my previous article Looking at Regex in Rust. I covered some basics. Today I will go over some new things that I have learned, as I expanded on things that my regex expression needs to handle. In particular the need to handle the possible existence or none existence of qualifiers