Writing CLI applications in a faster language like Nim and then using them from Emacs with a little bit of Elisp seems like a good pattern. :blobthink:

This application doesn't do a lot of number crunching or anything like that but it is a good proof of concept. Since it's doing mostly IO, maybe a pure Elisp implementation would've been faster. I wouldn't know unless I implement that too. 🤷‍♂️

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