I have tried to create a a module via existing rust FFI generators but failed. It seems like you have to think a lot more than just translate the C api to make it work. It's better understand the C API first and make sure it won't introduce new problems in rust.
HY Pedro Larroy <pedro.larroy.li...@gmail.com> 于2019年1月30日周三 上午4:35写道： > I have been thinking about this and I find really exciting to have > Rust bindings and bring a powerful framework like MXNet to the Rust > community and to native applications in a convenient Rust crate. I > would love to see this happen. I think basically MXNet needs to be > wrapped in a Rust crate via FFI / C Bindings. > > Pedro. > > On Tue, Jan 29, 2019 at 11:05 AM Zach Boldyga <z...@scalabull.com> wrote: > > > > Hey y'all! > > > > I'm thinking about spending this week working on a rust client lib for > > MXNet. saw a little bit of chatter about this in the github issues and no > > strong existing crates at the moment. Any pointers on approaching this > in a > > way that will lead to it being adopted as an officially supported client > > library? And overall yay/nay on whether adding a Rust lib makes sense & > why > > / why not? > > > > Zach Boldyga > > Scalabull | Founder > > 1 (866) 846-8771 x 101 >