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LibRapid - a library specifically built for mathematical calculations and scientific applications

21 releases

new 0.1.4-preview.2 Jan 25, 2022
0.1.4-preview.1 Jan 19, 2022
0.1.1-preview.1 Dec 18, 2021
0.0.53 Dec 11, 2021
0.0.1 Jun 28, 2021

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LibRapid for Rust - Fast. Reliable. Lightweight.



  • Much simpler handling of Huffman compression.
  • Added support for calculating a Fibonacci number.
  • Added support for calculating the nth-root.


The original idea comes from Pencilcaseman, I collaborated with him to get LibRapid into Rust. We're closely working together to provide the best possible user experience and consistency over all libraries.

Why X? Why Y?

Sometimes I have to yank some versions. To stay updated, please consider joining our Discord! https://discord.gg/cGxTFTgCAC


You want to contribute? Sure! You can contribute with:

  • 🚩 Issues
  • 🙇 Pull Requests (See FORMATRULES.md for more information)
  • 💡 Feature Suggestions (Via Discussions)

Be sure to add documentation to any new public API with examples, and running cargo test to ensure that your changes are valid.


Depending on the current published LibRapid version and how many crates are in queue on docs.rs, you may need to build the docs yourself. To do that, simply git-clone this repository and then run cargo doc. After that, your documentation should be ready in src/target/doc/index.html.

How does it work?

The Rust-port of LibRapid is a derivative from the main library made for C++ and Python. It's goal is to be optimised for speedy calculations, mathematical and scientific applications.


LibRapid for Rust is fully optimised - meaning your calculations for game scripts and maths will be faster as a result.


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