The other day one honourable “Rustacean” (translated: proficient in Rust) commented: “…Rust is designed under the assumption that after a period of cognitive training, you should reach the point …” .
Let us be clear: He actually meant well. Continue reading
std::apply is a typical example of those numerous standard C++ std lib types begging to be made comfortable. Not just usable.
In its raw form, it requires a lot of typing. And a lot of typing means a lot of bugs. Made by the team of course, not you. So, I made one little proxy type aka “wrapper” that is really simple but makes
std::apply usage, much more palatable. And safe. Continue reading