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An implementation of regular expressions for Rust. This implementation uses finite automata and guarantees linear time matching on all inputs.
A regular expression parser.
An implementation of statically compiled regular expressions for Rust. Unless you specifically need compile time regular expressions or a matching engine that is guaranteed not to allocate, you should temporarily prefer using the plain regex crate (since it is almost always faster).
A lightweight logging facade for Rust
Raw FFI bindings to platform libraries like libc.
Random number generators and other randomness functionality.
`#[derive]`-like functionality for the `rand::Rand` trait.
A collection of numeric types and traits for Rust, including bigint, complex, rational, range iterators, generic integers, and more!
A library to generate and parse UUIDs.
A thread pool for running a number of jobs on a fixed set of worker threads.
A macro to generate structures which behave like bitflags.
Possible Rust replacement for existing Python travis-cargo.
Semantic version parsing and comparison.
Generic serialization/deserialization support corresponding to the `derive(RustcEncodable, RustcDecodable)` mode in the compiler. Also includes support for hex, base64, and json encoding and decoding.
A logging implementation for `log` which is configured via an environment variable.
This crate provides Grapheme Cluster, Word and Sentence boundaries according to Unicode Standard Annex #29 rules.
getopts-like option parsing.
A library for managing a temporary directory and deleting all contents when it's dropped.
Support for matching file paths against Unix shell style patterns.
A terminal formatting library
Utilities for working with time-related functions in Rust.
Straight-forward functions and types for basic data parallel operations, including parallel maps, for loops and thread pools.
A bare-metal library supplying certain libc functions like memcpy, memmove, memset and memcmp. This is designed for use in freestanding environments where another libc does not exist, since rustc may implicitly insert calls to such functions.
`simd` offers limited cross-platform access to SIMD instructions on CPUs, as well as raw interfaces to platform-specific instructions. (To be obsoleted by the `std::simd` implementation RFC 2366.)
Fast standalone primality testing.
State-of-the-art estimation of upper and lower bounds for π(n) (the number of primes below n) and p_k (the k-th prime).
A high performance prime sieve.
`primal` puts raw power into prime numbers. This crates includes: optimised prime sieves, checking for primality, enumerating primes, factorising numbers, and state-of-the-art estimation of upper and lower bounds for π(n) (the number of primes below n) and p_k (the k-th prime).
A simple sieve of Eratosthenes designed for testing faster sieves. You probably want `primal-sieve`, or even just `primal` itself.
Bit-vector specialised to the prime-number-related needs of `primal`.