well, we did, until that was implicated in several deadlocks and I ripped it out...
@tarcieri I am building an authentication system and I want to save time as TAI64 since I don't care about leap seconds or the time being human readable. Chrono is really big time library and I want something small so Tai64 crate seems like a good candidate. However, when I try to use it with Secrecy::Secret, it errors out with zeroize not implemented for Tai64N, I don't want time to be accessible from the console via debug, so is implementing Zeroize for Tai64 a good idea? Can the feature be added to the Tai64 crate?
sure, and yes
just add a zeroize feature to tai64
i.e. add zeroize as an optional dependency
@tarcieri I have implemented the zeroize feature, all checks have passed except the code coverage one, I am unable to solve that and would like some help
did I miss some crucial documentation on board orientation?
ah, and apparently either they changed the settings or the minirc config file as described wasn't being duplex. SO things were working all along :/ picocom seems to be working over here. Sorry for al the spam
I think we mention the board orientation thing in the docs