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
- Why Rust is a great fit for embedded software
- Why Rust's Unsafe Works
- Rust RwLock and Mutex Performance Oddities
- The most exciting journey of 2020
- The smooth resize test
- "Rust does not have a stable ABI"
- Rust Review
- Rust vs C++: A JS/TS Developer's Perspective
- Comparative Unsafety
- Code Smell: Concrete Abstraction
- Against Glob Imports
- Lifetimes in Rust
- Learning Rust: The Compiler is your Friend
- I am a Java, C#, C or C++ developer, time to do some Rust
- Frustrated? It's not you, it's Rust
- Async Unicorns love Rust
- Who Builds the Builder?
- Introduction to Rust
- Rust for Beginners – Get Started with the Most Loved Programming Language
- First steps with WebAssembly in Rust
- Variables and memory management
- WebAssembly Without The Browser Part 1
- How I Learned to Stop Fighting the Borrow Checker and Love Dirty Structs
- Software Development Languages: Rust
- [ES] Trait Objects para hacer Dynamic Dispatch en Rust
- [ES] Que es Ownership en Rust?
- [ES] Que es Ownership en Rust? Parte 2
- [PT] Aprendendo Rust: 07 - Regiões da memória usadas pela Rust
- Linux Packages For Rust (2/3) - Building with GitHub Actions using Custom Actions and Docker Container Images
- Temporarily opt-in to shared mutation
- RISC-V OS using Rust: Input Devices
- Rusty Chains: A Basic Blockchain Implementation Written in Pure Rust
- Error recovery with parser combinators (using nom)
- My first smart contract in Rust on Elrond VM
- Writing an Emacs module in Rust
- Exploring Azure CosmosDB with Rust - Part 2
- A whirlwind tour of the Mender client architecture using Rust
- Run Rust on your embedded device from VSCode in one click
- Control Flow Guard for Clang/LLVM and Rust
- Cranelift can now compile rustc - giving nearly 7x faster compilations than LLVM!
- Nightly stdlib docs now document all keywords!
- Faster development with tiny bounties
- RustFest goes Global
- Oxide: The Essence of Rust
- Why I don't believe in pure functional programming anymore
- The merits of Rust for SSI and IAM software
- Using Long Paths in Windows and Rust
- Stackage for Rust
- Why We're Bringing Astropad Cross-Platform with Rust
- Rewriting Pushpin's connection manager in Rust
- [audio] AreWePodcastYet - 06 Jonathan Turner
This week's crate is cargo-c, a cargo subcommand to build and install C-ABI compatibile dynamic and static libraries.
Thanks to Zicklag for the suggestion!
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345 pull requests were merged in the last week
- use existing
infcxwhen emitting trait impl diagnostic
- detect JS-style
- detect likely
for foo of barJS syntax
- move stack size check to
arraylang item and
[T; N]::map(f: FnMut(T) -> S)
- remove branch in optimized
- hard way to respect
BTreeMap's minimum node length
- BTreeMap: purge innocent use of
- hashbrown: implement
- rustdoc: don't print "const" keyword on non-nightly build if
rustc_const_unstableis used on the item
- 2020-08-17. 4 regressions, 3 improvements, 4 mixed bags.
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.
Every week the team announces the 'final comment period' for RFCs and key PRs which are reaching a decision. Express your opinions now.
No RFCs are currently in the final comment period.
- [disposition: merge]Stabilize Range[Inclusive]::is_empty
- [disposition: merge] stabilize ptr_offset_from
No new RFCs were proposed this week.
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As Dave Herman always told me, “macros are for when you run out of language”. If you still have language left—and Rust gives you a lot of language—use the language first.
Thanks to Nixon Enraght-Moony for the suggestion!