3 stable releases
|1.0.2||Nov 16, 2022|
|1.0.1||Aug 13, 2022|
#783 in Command line utilities
A tool to convert old and outdated "characters" into the superior Rustcii-Encoding.
Speak your mind. Blazingly (🦀) fast (🚀).
Github | crates.io
cargo install rustcii
rustcii encode <input>
rustcii decode <input>
This example script is also available in this repository.
# Load in the contents of your file which stil uses pathetic, old and outdated "characters". input=$(cat example.txt) # Convert the content into the new, exciting, blazingly (🦀) fast (🚀) and - most important of all - superior *Rustcii-Encoding*. better=$(rustcii encode "$input") # Save the superior content into a new file. The file format <file-name>.superior.<extension> is not required - but recommended since everyone should know at one glance whether or not a file contains the new, exciting, blazingly (🦀) fast (🚀) and - most important of all - superior *Rustcii-Encoding* or just some pathetic, old and outdated "characters". # Note: Once operating systems adapt to this modern change and allows the Rustcii-Encoding to be used in filenames, it is recommended to change the filename into the Rustcii-Encoding as well. echo $better > example.superior.txt