Hello and welcome to another issue of This Week in Rust! Rust is a systems language pursuing the trifecta: safety, concurrency, and speed. This is a weekly summary of its progress and community. Want something mentioned? Tweet us at @ThisWeekInRust or send us a pull request. Want to get involved? We love contributions.
Check out this week's This Week in Rust Podcast
- Announcing Rustup 1.22.1
- Lang team design meeting: path to membership
- Perspective on Rust Community Moderation
- Programming Servo: the bird’s-eyes view
- Faster Integer Parsing (Rust port)
- Learning Rust: Let's Build a Parser
- nnnoiseless: porting audio code from C to rust
- The Soul of a New Debugger
- String interners in Rust
- Target Feature vs Target CPU for Rust
- Rust and it's Orphan Rules
- Async Interview #8: Stjepan Glavina
- Using RabbitMQ in Rust
- Creating a custom target
- Statically Sized Higher-kinded Polymorphism
- Getting in and out of trouble with Rust futures
- Rust Analyzer Changelog #33
- IntelliJ Rust Changelog #126
- This Month in Rust OSDev (June 2020)
- Cross-compiling Rust from ARM to x86-64
- Writing Rust NIFs for Elixir With Rustler
- Geometric Constraint Solvers Part 1: Algebraic Expressions
- A View of Async Memory Access in Rust
- Building Canrun: A Statically Typed Logic Programming Library for Rust (Part 1)
- Hunting down a non-determinism-bug in our Rust Wasm build
- Implementing the Clipper Chip Cipher in Rust
- Linux Developers May Discuss Allowing Rust Code Within the Kernel
- Machine Learning in Rust and WebAssembly
- Moving from TypeScript to Rust/WebAssembly
- RSoC: Improving Drivers and Kernel - Part 1 (Largely io_uring)
- Rust and WebAssembly from Scratch: Hello World with Strings
- Rust is Surprisingly Good as a Server Language
- Some Learnings from Implementing a Normalizing Rust Representer
- Subclassing GTK Widgets in Rust
- [spanish] Rust es orientado a objeto?
- [audio] Fuzzing Rust with Shnatsel Podcast
- [video] Rust Loops Part 1: loop, break, continue
- [video] Hitting A Bug in the Rust Compiler - While Writing A Boring Link Checker
- [video] Two Sum Problem - Leet Code + Rust
- [video] Rust + WebAssembly - EdgeXR @ Netlight
- [video] Rust Meetup - Adding WASM Support to a Native Application (GameDev Edition)
This week's crate is nnnoiseless, a filter for audio noise removal ported from C.
Thanks to mmmmib for the suggestion!
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273 pull requests were merged in the last week
ParamEnvto 16 bytes
- stabilize const
- typeck: adding type information to projection
- clippy: some accuracy lints for floating point operations
- correctly mark the ending span of a match arm
- only allow
&mut selfmethods from Deref in sidebar if there are no
DerefMutimpl for the type
- only add CFGuard on
- clippy: new lint:
- arch: added
f64unaligned stores and loads from avx512f set
- hashbrown: add
- 2020-07-14. Twelve revisions checked. Zero regressions. One improvement.
Changes to Rust follow the Rust RFC (request for comments) process. These are the RFCs that were approved for implementation this week:
No RFCs were approved this week.
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No RFCs are currently in the final comment period.
- [disposition: merge] Remove trait
- [disposition: merge] Stabilize control-flow-guard codegen option
- [disposition: merge] Impl Default for ranges
- [disposition: merge] Tracking issue for
- July 14. Dallas, TX, US - Dallas Rust - Second Tuesday
- July 16. Turin, IT - Rust Italia - Gruppo di studio di Rust
- July 27 - August 8. Rusty Days Virtual Rust Conference
- July 15. Vancouver, BC, CA - Vancouver Rust - Rust Study/Hack/Hang-out night
- July 27. Durham, NC, US - Triangle Rustaceans - Project Night & Lightning Talks
- Senior Software Engineer - Backend at LogDNA (Remote, US)
- Senior Security Engineer at LogDNA (Remote, US)
- Rust Engineer at Elektron (Gothenburg, Sweden)
- Open Source Engineer (Remote) at Embark Studios (Stockholm)
- Software Engineer (Remote) at Embark Studios (Stockholm)
- [dutch] Vacature software engineer (Rust / Python) at Dreamsolution (Netherlands)
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Ownership in Rust is entirely a type system fiction.
I'm not sure what is meant there. "ownership" in many languages is a very real thing to me.
– and ZiCog on rust-users
Thanks to Stephan Sokolow for the suggestions!