Writing a curry! macro for MacroKata

Recently I’ve been wanting to learn more about macros in Rust. It was always one of my favorite parts of Racket, so let’s see what we can do.

In order to do that, I’ve been following the excellent MacroKata series. It goes all the way through, starting with the very basics, adding in literals and expressions, handling repetition, nesting, and finally recursion.

What I really want to talk about those is the one that I found most interesting: curry!.