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As I wrote in the last iteration on what’s coming up in imag, I was on vacation from Tuesday, August 16th until Sunday, August 21th, so there was little progress in this period.
Anyways, we got some things done. Read about it here, in the 14th iteration on what’s coming up in imag, the personal information management suite for the commandline.
When we designed the imag core functionality - the imag “Store” - we introduced a type called
It turned out that the way we designed this type was a big mistake and turned out to be the first big imag design flaw by now. With this post I try to wrap my head around possible solutions to this flaw.
Another 14 days - a lot has happened in the repository of the imag codebase, the commandline personal information management suite written in Rust.
Read a summary of the last two weeks here, in the 13th iteration on what’s coming up in imag.
Yesterday I got asked what the usecases for imag are. I tried to explain it and afterwards thought about it the whole night.
I already wrote about the purpose of imag, but I guess some usecases would explain even better what imag is for.
So now I try to explain three usecases for the imag commandline personal information management suite.
Another 14 days in imag, the personal information management suite for the commandline - awesome!
We got a huge bunch of PRs merged in this period, which is awesome! Read more about it in this 12th iteration on what’s coming up in imag!