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This crate is no longer maintained
RCC has been renamed to
If you are looking for the documentation, it is now at https://docs.rs/saltwater.
Why rename rcc?
rcc is a great name for a Rust C compiler. Unfortunately,
that binary name is already being used by the QT project for their
resource compiler: https://doc.qt.io/qt-5/rcc.html. This causes a lot of
confusion when people run
rcc with QT installed.
I didn't want to go with synonyms for 'clang' because this is a separate project which reuses no code or libraries from LLVM. There is an informal tradition in Rust for having somewhat clever names, so I chose 'saltwater' since it's part of the sea (C) and is corrosive (causes rust).
Saltwater is pretty long to type, is that really the new binary name?
No, the binary name is
swcc (and eventually