I've been doing a to-do list with Rust. It's simply just allow read/write list and save them into JSON, no task tracking, because I kind of needed a program as simple as that 2 weeks ago but not really any more because I've spent a week writing this instead.

But this has been a nice way to give Rust another try. And the way this works is actually quite flexible, which I have another idea to make Cataphract into something else as a different project.

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