Rust doesn't have a specificationTherefore all Rust code is undefined behaviorTherefore Rust has more undefined behavior than CTherefore Rust < CCheckmate athiests
@sir @Michcioperz is there a spec to what happens if you click the "Create Repository" button in git.sr.ht, or is it theoretically allowed to delete your account?
@Wolf480pl @Michcioperz I am confused
@sir I think what @Michcioperz tried to say is that because sr.ht doesn't have any formal specification or standard that it implements, it's as much undefined behaviour as Rust is.
@Wolf480pl @Michcioperz sr.ht is not a programming langauge
@kurisu @Michcioperz @Wolf480pl also for the record there is documentation on what happens when you push "create a repository", which you might call a spec https://man.sr.ht/git.sr.ht/#repository-creation
@sir @kurisu @Michcioperz @Wolf480pl Pretty sure rust has documented everything, which would be a spec just the same.
@primordialhelios @kurisu @Michcioperz @Wolf480pl without a grammar it ain't got a spec
@sir @kurisu @Michcioperz @Wolf480pl disagree, but ok
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@sir @Wolf480pl @Michcioperz Its buttons, labels input fields etc. could be described as some domain specific language, specific to the task the tool aims to solve.
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