This repository contains the source of the Farsi(Persian) translation of "The Rust Programming Language" book.
The translated markdown files are in the FARSI directory. All other files of the project(except for this README.md) have remained intact and compatible with the original english version.
Read here(Note that translations might be incomplete)
$ cargo install mdbook --vers [version-num]
To build the farsi version of the book, type:
$ cd FARSI $ mdbook build
The output will be in the
FARSI/book subdirectory. To check it out, open it in
your web browser.
$ firefox FARSI/book/index.html # Linux $ open -a "Firefox" FARSI/book/index.html # OS X $ Start-Process "firefox.exe" .\FARSI\book\index.html # Windows (PowerShell) $ start firefox.exe .\FARSI\book\index.html # Windows (Cmd)
$ google-chrome FARSI/book/index.html # Linux $ open -a "Google Chrome" FARSI/book/index.html # OS X $ Start-Process "chrome.exe" .\FARSI\book\index.html # Windows (PowerShell) $ start chrome.exe .\FARSI\book\index.html # Windows (Cmd)
To run the tests:
$ mdbook test
Send a pull request with your modifications to the FARSI/ directory. The translations must be intelligible.
Please do not modify anything outside of the FARSI directory.
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