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    Marco Vermeulen
    @marc0der
    This is where we will be discussing ongoing development of the new Go CLI for SDKMAN
    Mark Gordon
    @cognish
    Marco Vermeulen
    @marc0der
    @cognish wow, looks like a sleezy ripoff site. I just left a comment :-)
    Marco Vermeulen
    @marc0der
    I've added a proposal for a new pull command that will radically change the way sdkman functions. Please let us know you thoughts!
    As always, we will be fleshing this out using our Cucumber Specs, so please feel free to comment: https://github.com/sdkman/sdk/blob/master/features/pull.feature
    Marco Vermeulen
    @marc0der
    And on request from Dave Syer, I've also added a Github Issue: sdkman/sdk#4. Feel free to leave any comments there.
    Sendil Kumar N
    @sendilkumarn
    Let's discuss 🙂
    Sendil Kumar N
    @sendilkumarn
    This helps to compile rust for
    cross platform
    Marco Vermeulen
    @marc0der
    Yes, I had a look at that today @sendilkumarn, but cross only compiles cross platform for whatever docker provides. ie linux
    I'm currently doing this cool tutorial of a CLI app where they go into cross compilation at the end. https://rust-lang-nursery.github.io/cli-wg/tutorial
    Unfortunately, the only way to compile for Windows is by spinning up a build on AppVeyor. You can use Travis builds to compile for OSX and Linux.
    Golang certainly is way ahead in this aspect: https://golangcookbook.com/chapters/running/cross-compiling/
    Still, I'm giving it a fair evaluation and might still end up using it if the language features give me great advantages over Go.