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This week's crate iscargo-asm, a cargo subcommand to show the resulting assembly of a function. Useful for performance work.
Thanks toTrevor Spiterifor the suggestion!
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359 pull requests weremerged in the last week
once_cellcrate instead of custom data structure
ty::Kindduring structural match checking
InlineAsmOperandexpresions being visited twice during liveness checking
Syncupvars captured by generator
FnDefand arg-less closure and vice versa
T's discriminant type in
Vecsize to 4 instead of 1
std::charfunctions and constants associated to
impl Ord for proc_macro::LineColumn
patch, and provide better errors if an update is not possible
Changes to Rust follow the RustRFC (request for comments) process. Theseare the RFCs that were approved for implementation this week:
No RFCs were approved last week.
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Things that are programming patterns in C are types in Rust.
Thanks totrentjfor the suggestions!