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.
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- [Inside] Core team membership changes
- Fighting Rust's Expressive Type System
- XMHell: Handling 38GB of UTF-16 XML with Rust
- LudumDare 47 - The Island
- Building a Recipe Manager - Part 3 - Parsing and more Druid
- Imitating specialization with OIBITs
- Flask Creator Armin Ronacher Interview
- clue solver now in Rust with more accurate simulations!
- Rust for a Gopher Lesson 1
- Rust for a Gopher Lesson 2
- Build a "todo list" backend with AssemblyLift 🚀🔒
- So you want to write object oriented Rust
- [series] A Web App in Rust
- Contributing to the IntelliJ Rust plugin: Implementing a refactoring
- 5x Faster Rust Docker Builds with cargo-chef
- Writing a simple AWS Lambda Custom Runtime in Rust
- Is Rust Web Yet? Yes, and it's freaking fast!
- [video] (Live Coding) Audio adventures in Rust: Local files playback & library interface
- Introducing Ungrammar
- A new group of maintainers has taken ownership of the deps.rs project and revived the deps.rs page, making the page and generated badges for READMEs usable again.
- Sandbox Rust Development with Rust Analyzer
- [audio] Security Headlines: Tokio special with Carl Lerche
This week's crate is rust-gpu from Embark Studios, a system to compile Rust code into Vulkan graphics shaders (with other shader types to follow).
Thanks to Vlad Frolov for the suggestion!
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400 pull requests were merged in the last week
if letsuggestion to be more liberal with suggestion and to not ICE
- reduce diagram mess in 'match arms have incompatible types' error
- tweak match arm semicolon removal suggestion to account for futures
- explain where the closure return type was inferred
collect_tokensimplementations to use a flattened buffer
- fix trait solving ICEs
- stop promoting union field accesses in 'const'
- ensure that statics are inhabited
- rustc_mir: track inlined callees in
- optimize const value interning for ZST types
- calculate visibilities once in resolve
- mir-opt: disable MatchBranchSimplification
- support custom allocators in
- hashbrown: parametrize RawTable, HashSet and HashMap over an allocator
- rustdoc: greatly improve display for small mobile devices screens
- clippy: add linter for a single element for loop
- clippy: add lint for
- clippy: add new lint for undropped
- clippy: lint unnecessary int-to-int and float-to-float casts
- 2020-10-27: 0 Regressions, 2 Improvements, 3 Mixed
See the full report for more.
Changes to Rust follow the Rust RFC (request for comments) process. These are the RFCs that were approved for implementation this week:
- Destructuring assignment
- RFC: Reading into uninitialized buffers
- RFC: Promote aarch64-unknown-linux-gnu to a Tier-1 Rust target
Every week the team announces the 'final comment period' for RFCs and key PRs which are reaching a decision. Express your opinions now.
- [disposition: merge] Allow making
RUSTC_BOOTSTRAPconditional on the crate name
- [disposition: merge] consider assignments of union field of ManuallyDrop type safe
- [disposition: merge] Define
fs::hard_linkto not follow symlinks.
- [disposition: merge] repr(transparent) on generic type skips "exactly one non-zero-sized field" check
- [disposition: merge] Rename/Deprecate LayoutErr in favor of LayoutError
- [disposition: merge] Tracking Issue for raw_ref_macros
- October 29. Berlin, DE - Rust Hack and Learn - Berline.rs
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- November 4. Indianapolis, IN, US - Indy.rs - with Social Distancing - Indy.rs
- November 7 & 8, Global, RustFest Global
- November 10, Seattle, WA, US - Seattle Rust Meetup
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- Senior Software Engineer - Data Access at Roblox (San Mateo, CA)
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what many devs often miss initially when talking about Rust is that it isn't just about the design & details of the language (which is great), Rust's super power is that in combination with its fantastic community & ecosystem, and the amazing friendly people that create & form it
llogiq is pretty pleased with his own suggestion and unanimously voted for it.