Why are you using D instead of Rust?

ag0aep6g anonymous at example.com
Sat Oct 23 11:36:58 UTC 2021

On 23.10.21 09:53, jfondren wrote:
> bool encryptsTo(const(char)* key, const(char)* salt, const(char)* hash) 
> @trusted {
>      import std.string : fromStringz;
>      return hash.fromStringz == crypt(key, salt).fromStringz;
> }

That function can't be @trusted. "Any function that traverses a C string 
passed as an argument can only be @system."


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