If you aren't using the Rust Search extension, you absolutely should be. Makes it several times faster to land where you want, *especially* with some libraries (cough nom cough) for which Google stubbornly prefers to link to old version.
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I love this extension! It's super useful when I'm doing a code reviews or answering newbie questions and need to quickly link to API docs or crates.io.
Congrats! Love this extension, lots of useful features.
This is by far the best extension I know about for a programming language I use. You also seem to have great ideas for new features, which you keep adding on a fast pace. All of them are also features that I did not even know that I want.
I love this extension. It works so well, and it's fundamental for me when I'm working in codebases with deps I don't know like the back of my hand. It's crazy to me that it can even compete with a
cargo doc --openinvocation now that one can cache crate docs locally.
This extension was probably the only thing keeping me sane when I was working on a homebrew gzip implementation for a crazy idea of mine. Tracking bitstreams and bitvectors and bit(?????)s was a mess, and google searches were pulling up weird outdated docs for the crates I was using.
Thanks for all your work on the extension, and congrats on 1.0!
Hey, amazing extension, I use it daily. Keep up the good work!
It is really useful, especially for me who is new to rust :)
This is amazing, I'll have to pass this over to my friends! Something that really bothers me about searching for Rust docs is I always end up on a page that says there is a newer version, but when I click on that newer version I lose the page I was on (or there might not be a link at all!) This makes life so much better, thank you!
Thanks for your efforts! The extension is handy indeed despite all the other ways to search docs (like DDG bangs, FF custom search engines, offline docs like Zeal or devdocs.io).
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Keep on improving it and adding new features! This extension is awesome!
This new version greatly improves productivity, and adds a lot of shorthands to make navigating the docs even more efficient