Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 19th Nov 2013 23:28 UTC, submitted by Anonymous
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A couple nights ago I was looking over the UEFI spec, and I realized it shouldn't be too hard to write UEFI applications in Rust. It turns out, you can, and here I will tell you how.

Language gets me giddy, but thank god lots of other people get giddy over stuff like this.

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UEFI using UTF-16
by Desiderantes on Wed 20th Nov 2013 12:10 UTC
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2012-04-14

Thanks, Microsoft, you pushed for that, now we'll have another 20+ years of legacy UTF-16 strings

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