greg.rs 

A little wierd thing I wrote when I was bored (its rust code). But I found it funny. Its my attempt at (fan) “art” maybe?

use std::any::Any;
use std::net::TcpStream;
use std::collections::HashMap;
use rand::{thread_rng, Rng};
use stargate::Nanite;
use periodic_table_rs::TECHNETIUM;
use mind_lib::{Perceptions, Memory};
use simple_octree::Octree;
use supporters::People;

type Brain<P, M> = HashMap<P, M>;

#[derive(Clone)]
struct Greg {
    body: Octree<dyn Any + Nanite<TECHNETIUM>>,
    variant: GregFlavour,
    backup_nanites: Vec<dyn Any + Nanite<TECHNETIUM>>,
    memory: Brain<Perceptions, Memory>,
}

enum GregFlavour {
    ClassicGregorius,
    ModernGregorius,
    Gregory,
    Gregoriette,
    RedFoxForm,
    MetalSlimeForm,
}

fn main() {
    let the_greg = Greg::from("https://mechaenetia.com/greg/");

    let gregs: Vec<Box<Greg>> = {
        let mut gregs = Vec::new();
        for _ in 0..42 {
            let greg_in_a_box = Box::new(the_greg.clone());
            gregs.push(greg_in_a_box);
        }
        gregs
    };
    println!("Everyone will receive their own clone of greg in 3, 2, 1 ...");
    gregs.into_iter().map(
        |greg_in_a_box: Box<Greg>| 
            TcpStream::connect(thread_rng().gen::<People>()).unwrap().write(greg_in_a_box)
    ).collect();
}

It does not compile though…

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