Today I'm not reading another chapter. Instead I want to try my hand at writing some Rust. I want to have an iterator that scans a directory tree, and returns a std::fs::DirEntry for each file, directory, or other filesystem object. I want to call the iterator something like this:

let tree = DirTree::new("/");
for entry in tree {
    println!("{:?}", entry.path.display());
} took me too long, but I got it working. Not pretty, and hides a source of errors, but good enough for today.