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This week's crate is fish, a friendly interactive shell that used to be written in C++, but was recently rewritten in Rust (though admittedly they'll have to do some work until it hits your distro's repos).
Despite a lamentable lack of suggestions, llogiq is reasonably satisfied with his choice.
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derive feature doesn't change API surface 2
remove_address_record function is called two times per Address during Processor shutdown
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418 pull requests were merged in the last week
~const trait and projection bounds do not imply their non-const counterparts
none() value variant in check-cfg
~const on associated type bounds again
static mut and adding
rustc_data_structures, use std import
Option instead of allocating fictitious patterns
all_trait* methods to return all traits available in StableMIR
is_global special address handling
unused_parens issue when cast is followed LT
no_std binary errors
_ placeholder types in trait impl method signatures
--output-format option to
Content-Type: application/json only for requests with a body payload
rustc style errors for manifest parsing
-Zprecise-pre-release unstable flag
from_over_into: suggest a correct conversion to ()
useless_asref: check that the clone receiver is the parameter
core path depending if this is a
useless_asref lint on
PartialEq check in
map_clone lint on types implementing
HirEqInterExpr::eq_block take comments into account while checking if two blocks are equal
notable_trait predicate to
pub(crate) imports in import suggestions
This week had some small regressions that did not warrant further investigation, several of which were dismissed as being noise/blips in the data. There were also a number of gains. (Don't get exicited about that 20.6% improvement, its an measurement artifact from a temporary blip in the PR that immediately preceded this week's triage.)
Triage done by @pnkfelix. Revision range: 76101eec..f9c2421a
3 Regressions, 5 Improvements, 5 Mixed; 3 of them in rollups 55 artifact comparisons made in total
Changes to Rust follow the Rust RFC (request for comments) process. These are the RFCs that were approved for implementation this week:
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unstable_features and make use of it in the compiler
non_camel_case_types for screaming single-words
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Congrats to the #Rustlang and #Rust-for-#Linux community: the #LinuxKernel now contains the first useful thing built using Rust!
As with the crate of the week, this week saw a total lack of suggestions, so llogiq would like to offer you this piece of good news from the Linux side of things.
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