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Rust Language Repository status

https://github.com/mozilla/rust/tree/master

Summary

  • Statistics from 2010-06-16 -0700 to 2016-05-27 +0530
  • 1,594 contributors
  • 40,476 commits
  • 100 active contributors in 30 days
  • And they contributed 445 commits
  • 33 new contributors in 30 days
  • And they contributed 63 commits
  • 63 mergers merged 13150 commits

Author by Group

Active users

Users who contributed in the last 30 days

  • 100 users contributed 14,132 commits
  • 6.3% of users
  • 34.9% of commits, impacts 9.56 of 10.61

Members are: Patrick Walton Alex Crichton Niko Matsakis Huon Wilson Felix S. Klock II Eduard Burtescu Nick Cameron Luqman Aden Steven Fackler Guillaume Gomez Jeffrey Seyfried Tshepang Lekhonkhobe Manish Goregaokar Simonas Kazlauskas Seo Sanghyeon Andrew Paseltiner Ariel Ben-Yehuda Tobias Bucher Ariel Ben-Yehuda Adolfo Ochagavía Corey Farwell Oliver Schneider James Miller Ryman Tamir Duberstein Nick Hamann Michael Woerister Matt Brubeck Carol (Nichols || Goulding) Sébastien Marie Jonas Schievink Andrea Canciani Georg Brandl Robin Kruppe Scott Olson Amanieu d'Antras Ms2ger Alex Burka Jake Goulding Oliver Middleton Luca Bruno Leo Testard Kamal Marhubi Jonathan Turner Murarth Josh Stone Masood Malekghassemi Srinivas Reddy Thatiparthy Anton Blanchard Wang Xuerui Nerijus Arlauskas Florian Berger Taylor Cramer Kaiyin Zhong Pavel Sountsov Sean Gillespie Cyryl Płotnicki-Chudyk Postmodern Stefan Schindler Sander Maijers Brandon Edens Alex Ozdemir Simon Wollwage Steven Burns Timothy McRoy Robert Habermeier Philipp Oppermann Mátyás Mustoha Christopher Serr Carlo Teubner Ergenekon Yigit Geordon Worley Philipp Matthias Schaefer Aaklo Xu Pyry Kontio Val Vanderschaegen Brayden Winterton Stephen Mather Tomoki Aonuma Cristian Oliveira jonathandturner Haiko Schol silvo38 Daniel Campoverde [alx741] Tamir Bahar Liigo Zhuang billyevans Brian Green Dan Fockler bnewbold mark-summerfield mrmiywj User Alexander Polyakov Demetri Obenour Jonathan Turner Garrett Squire Tomáš Hübelbauer Rémy Rakic Sebastian Thiel

Newfaces

Users who contributed his/her first commit in the last 30 days

  • 33 users contributed 63 commits
  • 2.1% of users
  • 0.2% of commits, impacts 4.14 of 10.61

Members are: Nerijus Arlauskas Taylor Cramer Pavel Sountsov Postmodern Stefan Schindler Steven Burns Ergenekon Yigit Geordon Worley Aaklo Xu Val Vanderschaegen Stephen Mather Tomoki Aonuma Cristian Oliveira jonathandturner Haiko Schol silvo38 Daniel Campoverde [alx741] Tamir Bahar Liigo Zhuang billyevans Brian Green Dan Fockler bnewbold mark-summerfield mrmiywj User Alexander Polyakov Demetri Obenour Jonathan Turner Garrett Squire Tomáš Hübelbauer Rémy Rakic Sebastian Thiel

Mozilla

http://www.mozilla.org/

  • 38 users contributed 16,355 commits
  • 2.4% of users
  • 40.4% of commits, impacts 9.7 of 10.61

Members are: Brian Anderson Patrick Walton Niko Matsakis Graydon Hoare Tim Chevalier Nick Cameron Michael Sullivan Luqman Aden Lindsey Kuper Aaron Turon Rafael Ávila de Espíndola Keegan McAllister Roy Frostig Michael Bebenita Dave Huseby Cameron Zwarich Elliott Slaughter Chris Peterson David Rajchenbach-Teller Stuart Pernsteiner Jonathan Turner Nick Desaulniers Dave Herman Andreas Tolfsen Clark Gaebel Ralph Giles Jason Orendorff Johan Lorenzo Jonathan Bailey Michael Wu Jeff Balogh edunham Valentin Tsatskin Sean Stangl Drew Willcoxon Erik Rose Ian Connolly Lars Bergstrom

Korean Rust User Group

http://rust-kr.org/

  • 6 users contributed 402 commits
  • 0.4% of users
  • 1.0% of commits, impacts 6.0 of 10.61

Members are: Seo Sanghyeon klutzy Kang Seonghoon Jeong YunWon Jihyun Yu LEE Wondong

Samsung Electronics

http://www.samsung.com/

  • 17 users contributed 359 commits
  • 1.1% of users
  • 0.9% of commits, impacts 5.88 of 10.61

Members are: Seo Sanghyeon Young-il Choi Ilyong Cho Eunji Jeong Sangeun Kim Youngmin Yoo Youngsoo Son sh8281.kim Sae-bom Kim june0cho wonyong kim kyeongwoon aydin.kim Jaemin Moon Vivek Galatage Aydin Kim Pawel Olzacki

Unidentified

Strange emails...

  • 4 users contributed 5 commits
  • 0.3% of users
  • 0.0% of commits, impacts 1.61 of 10.61

Members are: asdf unknown chitra unknown

Mergers

  • 63 users merged 13150 commits
  • 32.5% of commits, but not counted in total

Members are:

Author Index

Authors

Brian Anderson

Groups:
Mozilla
Commit Count:
5161 (#1.0)
Commit Rate:
12.8%
Commit Impact:
8.55 of 10.61
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Commits

Patrick Walton

Groups:
Active users Mozilla
Commit Count:
2791 (#2.0)
Commit Rate:
6.9%
Commit Impact:
7.93 of 10.61
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Commits

Alex Crichton

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Active users
Commit Count:
2454 (#3.0)
Commit Rate:
6.1%
Commit Impact:
7.81 of 10.61
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Commits

  • cae91d7: 2016-05-17 -0700 std: Stabilize APIs for the 1.10 release
    This commit applies the FCP decisions made by the libs team for the 1.10 cycle, including both new stabilizations and deprecations. Specifically, the list of APIs is: Stabilized: * `os::windows::fs::OpenOptionsExt::access_mode` * `os::windows::fs::OpenOptionsExt::share_mode` * `os::windows::fs::OpenOptionsExt::custom_flags` * `os::windows::fs::OpenOptionsExt::attributes` * `os::windows::fs::OpenOptionsExt::security_qos_flags` * `os::unix::fs::OpenOptionsExt::custom_flags` * `sync::Weak::new` * `Default for sync::Weak` * `panic::set_hook` * `panic::take_hook` * `panic::PanicInfo` * `panic::PanicInfo::payload` * `panic::PanicInfo::location` * `panic::Location` * `panic::Location::file` * `panic::Location::line` * `ffi::CStr::from_bytes_with_nul` * `ffi::CStr::from_bytes_with_nul_unchecked` * `ffi::FromBytesWithNulError` * `fs::Metadata::modified` * `fs::Metadata::accessed` * `fs::Metadata::created` * `sync::atomic::Atomic{Usize,Isize,Bool,Ptr}::compare_exchange` * `sync::atomic::Atomic{Usize,Isize,Bool,Ptr}::compare_exchange_weak` * `collections::{btree,hash}_map::{Occupied,Vacant,}Entry::key` * `os::unix::net::{UnixStream, UnixListener, UnixDatagram, SocketAddr}` * `SocketAddr::is_unnamed` * `SocketAddr::as_pathname` * `UnixStream::connect` * `UnixStream::pair` * `UnixStream::try_clone` * `UnixStream::local_addr` * `UnixStream::peer_addr` * `UnixStream::set_read_timeout` * `UnixStream::set_write_timeout` * `UnixStream::read_timeout` * `UnixStream::write_Timeout` * `UnixStream::set_nonblocking` * `UnixStream::take_error` * `UnixStream::shutdown` * Read/Write/RawFd impls for `UnixStream` * `UnixListener::bind` * `UnixListener::accept` * `UnixListener::try_clone` * `UnixListener::local_addr` * `UnixListener::set_nonblocking` * `UnixListener::take_error` * `UnixListener::incoming` * RawFd impls for `UnixListener` * `UnixDatagram::bind` * `UnixDatagram::unbound` * `UnixDatagram::pair` * `UnixDatagram::connect` * `UnixDatagram::try_clone` * `UnixDatagram::local_addr` * `UnixDatagram::peer_addr` * `UnixDatagram::recv_from` * `UnixDatagram::recv` * `UnixDatagram::send_to` * `UnixDatagram::send` * `UnixDatagram::set_read_timeout` * `UnixDatagram::set_write_timeout` * `UnixDatagram::read_timeout` * `UnixDatagram::write_timeout` * `UnixDatagram::set_nonblocking` * `UnixDatagram::take_error` * `UnixDatagram::shutdown` * RawFd impls for `UnixDatagram` * `{BTree,Hash}Map::values_mut` * `<[_]>::binary_search_by_key` Deprecated: * `StaticCondvar` - this, and all other static synchronization primitives below, are usable today through the lazy-static crate on stable Rust today. Additionally, we'd like the non-static versions to be directly usable in a static context one day, so they're unlikely to be the final forms of the APIs in any case. * `CONDVAR_INIT` * `StaticMutex` * `MUTEX_INIT` * `StaticRwLock` * `RWLOCK_INIT` * `iter::Peekable::is_empty` Closes #27717 Closes #27720 cc #27784 (but encode methods still exist) Closes #30014 Closes #30425 Closes #30449 Closes #31190 Closes #31399 Closes #31767 Closes #32111 Closes #32281 Closes #32312 Closes #32551 Closes #33018
  • 5f295f2: 2016-05-20 -0700 rustc: Fix again order-dependence in extern crate(...)
  • eaeef3d: 2016-05-01 -0700 std: Cache HashMap keys in TLS(...)
  • 07d373f: 2016-05-10 -0700 rustc: Add a new crate type, cdylib(...)
  • a421153: 2016-05-18 -0700 std: Update libbacktrace for a soundness fix(...)
  • f4e4ec7 bdadad8 c22a45b bb9062a 3e12c78 8d65591 38e6e5d 0ec321f 96b2288 eeb2f6d 39eec80 29875c2 f72bfe6 74d1520 71e6329 and other 2434 commits.

Niko Matsakis

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Active users Mozilla
Commit Count:
2306 (#4.0)
Commit Rate:
5.7%
Commit Impact:
7.74 of 10.61
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Commits

Graydon Hoare

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Mozilla
Commit Count:
2136 (#5.0)
Commit Rate:
5.3%
Commit Impact:
7.67 of 10.61
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Commits

Tim Chevalier

Groups:
Mozilla
Commit Count:
1384 (#6.0)
Commit Rate:
3.4%
Commit Impact:
7.23 of 10.61
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Commits

Marijn Haverbeke

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Commit Count:
1007 (#7.0)
Commit Rate:
2.5%
Commit Impact:
6.91 of 10.61
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Commits

Huon Wilson

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Commit Count:
808 (#8.0)
Commit Rate:
2.0%
Commit Impact:
6.69 of 10.61
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Commits

  • eb67f49: 2016-05-16 +1000 Deprecate {f32,f64}::abs_sub.
    The abs_sub name is misleading: the function actually computes the positive difference (`fdim` in C), not the `(x - y).abs()` that *many* people expect from the name. This function can be replaced with just `(x - y).max(0.0)`, mirroring the `abs` version, but this behaves differently with NAN: `NAN.max(0.0) == 0.0`, while `NAN.positive_diff(0.0) == NAN`. People who absolutely need that behaviour can use the C function directly and/or talk to the libs team (we haven't encountered a concrete use-case for this functionality). Closes #30315.
  • 4ea84fc: 2016-01-06 +1100 Remove irrelevant comment(...)
  • 41f7f0c: 2015-11-18 +1100 Add some unicode aliases for ".
  • 94e9a07: 2015-10-20 +1100 Point core::ptr::Shared to tracking issue #27730.
  • eacf78d: 2015-10-09 +1100 Point `placement_in_syntax`/`box_syntax` lang features at tracking issue #27779.(...)
  • 31310f5 67aa4c7 7241ae9 c19e7b6 2b45a9a 62e346a add0430 d12135a 787a21f bb6be30 14f9c97 29dcff3 daf8bdc 3e9b726 24416a2 and other 788 commits.

Daniel Micay

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761 (#9.0)
Commit Rate:
1.9%
Commit Impact:
6.63 of 10.61
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Commits

Steve Klabnik

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753 (#10.0)
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1.9%
Commit Impact:
6.62 of 10.61
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Commits

Erick Tryzelaar

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707 (#11.0)
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1.7%
Commit Impact:
6.56 of 10.61
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Commits

  • 0e3334e: 2016-03-07 -0500 syntax: Always pretty print a newline after doc comments
    Before this patch, code that had a doc comment as the first line, as in: ```rust /// Foo struct Foo; ``` Was pretty printed into: ```rust ///Foostruct Foo; ``` This makes sure that that there is always a trailing newline after a doc comment. Closes #31722
  • e56cb87: 2016-02-12 -0800 syntax: Replace unstable `vec.as_slice().get()` with `vec.get()`
  • 1dc7eb8: 2016-01-20 -0800 syntax: Fix encoding and decoding spans(...)
  • cd1f0b7: 2016-01-09 -0800 Fix a typo in rustc_mir::build::scope's documentation
  • 835bc77: 2015-12-23 -0500 Minor fix to whitespace in libsyntax
  • fbd91a7 b62290d 7b00658 eef6b4a 19c8d70 7f9180f 83b1d7f c3da1a1 21143aa a2cfe38 2937cce 8553658 bc6d990 e3dd68d cfb9d28 and other 687 commits.

Felix S. Klock II

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Commit Count:
661 (#12.0)
Commit Rate:
1.6%
Commit Impact:
6.49 of 10.61
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Eduard Burtescu

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Eduard-Mihai Burtescu
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Commit Count:
527 (#13.0)
Commit Rate:
1.3%
Commit Impact:
6.27 of 10.61
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Jorge Aparicio

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471 (#14.0)
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1.2%
Commit Impact:
6.15 of 10.61
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Nick Cameron

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Commit Count:
442 (#15.0)
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1.1%
Commit Impact:
6.09 of 10.61
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Michael Sullivan

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428 (#16.0)
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1.1%
Commit Impact:
6.06 of 10.61
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Eric Holk

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414 (#17.0)
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6.03 of 10.61
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Ben Blum

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352 (#18.0)
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0.9%
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5.86 of 10.61
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Corey Richardson

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335 (#19.0)
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0.8%
Commit Impact:
5.81 of 10.61
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Commits

  • 992feab: 2015-12-29 -0500 Add a hint when given --extern with an indeterminate type
    @ubsan brought up this relatively poor error message. This adds a help message hinting when the problem actually is, and how to fix it.
  • ac25b44: 2015-08-10 -0400 Use pentium4 for base CPU on i686-pc-windows-msvc(...)
  • f2fc920: 2015-07-05 -0400 liblibc: correct Linux ioctl request type
  • f5ea620: 2015-07-05 -0400 collections: vec_deque: add some notes on how to use VecDeque as a queue effectively
  • 8e2ce46: 2015-07-05 -0400 collections: vec_deque: rename "ringbuf" to "VecDeque" in doc comments
  • b314fed 31a5285 e64b677 8d6fb44 0e838f7 3e01b9e cdfff9d 9714d3c 2d30f22 e9cbdd8 bd4119f ac8e105 5a4ca31 abcbe27 e0b4287 and other 315 commits.

Luqman Aden

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328 (#20.0)
Commit Rate:
0.8%
Commit Impact:
5.79 of 10.61
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Steven Fackler

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315 (#21.0)
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0.8%
Commit Impact:
5.75 of 10.61
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John Clements

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309 (#22.0)
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0.8%
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5.73 of 10.61
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Commits

  • 1607064: 2014-07-17 -0700 repair macro docs
    In f1ad425199b0d89dab275a8c8f6f29a73d316f70, I changed the handling of macros, to prevent macro invocations from occurring in fully expanded source. Instead, I added a side table. It contained only the spans of the macros, because this was the only information required in order to make macro export work. However, librustdoc was also affected by this change, since it extracts macro information in a similar way. As a result of the earlier change, exported macros were no longer documented. In order to repair this, I've adjusted the side table to contain whole items, rather than just the spans.
  • ca05828: 2014-07-14 -0700 change to new trait style for method field refs(...)
  • 154ca08: 2014-07-14 -0700 use trait rather than fns(...)
  • aee5917: 2014-07-13 -0700 macro expansion for methods(...)
  • bb333ca: 2014-07-12 -0700 expansion abstraction
  • 2c4b6d6 6c8bb5a 6ee2155 c4cc3ba b293a66 c654fd1 b0b4b31 c253b36 53642ee f1ad425 50d9965 4c312b6 19e718b 69c2754 af794a5 and other 289 commits.

Guillaume Gomez

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289 (#23.0)
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0.7%
Commit Impact:
5.67 of 10.61
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Lindsey Kuper

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287 (#24.0)
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0.7%
Commit Impact:
5.66 of 10.61
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Jeffrey Seyfried

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252 (#25.5)
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0.6%
Commit Impact:
5.53 of 10.61
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Tshepang Lekhonkhobe

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252 (#25.5)
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0.6%
Commit Impact:
5.53 of 10.61
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Aaron Turon

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249 (#27.0)
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0.6%
Commit Impact:
5.52 of 10.61
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Commits

  • 9ba3d5e: 2016-04-05 -0700 Reinstate fast_reject for overlap checking
    The initial implementation of specialization did not use the `fast_reject` mechanism when checking for overlap, which caused a serious performance regression in some cases. This commit modifies the specialization graph to use simplified types for fast rejection when possible, and along the way refactors the logic for building the specialization graph. Closes #32499
  • 09263a6: 2016-03-18 -0700 Fix mis-uses of projection mode(...)
  • e477703: 2016-03-17 -0700 Change inherent overlap error to a warning for now, to ease the breakage.
  • 6562eeb: 2016-03-13 -0700 Add pretty printer output for `default`
  • dc45d92: 2016-03-13 -0700 Adjust error code
  • c4f78ad e5753b4 e36620d d80189d 3262016 35437c7 8f0e73e 9bcfdb7 386f8ee 2651f8c 1726c1b eaf2f90 8f20cbf 940adda 462c83e and other 229 commits.

Kevin Ballard

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238 (#28.0)
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0.6%
Commit Impact:
5.47 of 10.61
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Commits

  • 11c2218: 2015-07-26 -0700 Remove the module-level documentation for thread::scoped
    It's deprecated and unsafe, so we shouldn't be encouraging people to use it. Move it to `std::thread::scoped` instead, since it's still useful information to anyone who is using the API.
  • d0b5eb3: 2015-05-14 -0700 Add some convenience methods to go from CStr -> str(...)
  • 90b9529: 2015-05-14 -0700 Move configuration 1 phase before crate metadata collection(...)
  • f2614f5: 2015-05-11 -0700 Avoid returning a slice with a null pointer from Iter.as_slice()(...)
  • e1e34e9: 2015-05-11 -0700 Reintroduce non-null assumptions in core::slice iterators(...)
  • 52efe55 1605205 0a380a9 df95719 9868529 3453b5b 3dd455d bbc3f2e c384ee1 a913fc6 c166017 14a5992 d333a91 c582974 13e00e4 and other 218 commits.

Jeff Olson

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236 (#29.0)
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5.46 of 10.61
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Björn Steinbrink

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230 (#30.0)
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5.44 of 10.61
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Manish Goregaokar

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227 (#31.0)
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5.42 of 10.61
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Rafael Ávila de Espíndola

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223 (#32.0)
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Commit Impact:
5.41 of 10.61
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Vadim Petrochenkov

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5.32 of 10.61
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blake2-ppc

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  • 87294c2: 2013-10-05 +0200 Avoid cloning the stack on every `push_ctxt` call in trans
    Rewrite the use of TLS variable for `push_ctxt` so that it uses a ~[] instead of a @~[]. Before it cloned the whole vector on each push and pop, which is unnecessary.
  • 9ac175c: 2013-10-04 +0200 rustc: Use static strings in a few literals(...)
  • 8163cb5: 2013-09-30 +0200 std::iter: Introduce .by_ref() adaptor(...)
  • f4d8d8c: 2013-09-30 +0200 trans::build: Change @mut Block to &Block or &mut Block(...)
  • b88517e: 2013-09-30 +0200 trans: Change @ast::Pat and @mut CrateContext in a few places(...)
  • 948b5ab abcca1c 8e69c05 3709aa7 24a4d0d 5444f60 c0e1c09 57757a8 4cd3c5c f0630fd bf0e2a6 7024a9d b5d560a e211888 6e538ed and other 184 commits.

Alexis Beingessner

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201 (#35.0)
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Commit Impact:
5.3 of 10.61
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Brendan Zabarauskas

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195 (#36.0)
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5.27 of 10.61
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Simonas Kazlauskas

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194 (#37.0)
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5.27 of 10.61
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Seo Sanghyeon

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5.26 of 10.61
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Paul Stansifer

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5.15 of 10.61
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Flavio Percoco

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  • 7d78436: 2016-05-17 -0500 Improve the long explanation of E0207.
    The previous explanation does not seem to explain what it means for an implementation parameter to be used or unused. The new explanation lists the three ways specific ways by which an impl parameter becomes constrained (taken from RFC 447). This also adds a link to RFC 447. The explanation has two different examples. The first is adapted from RFC 447, and shows an instance of E0207 on a impl for a type. The second one is a trait impl example adapted from issue #22834. Closes #33650
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  • 81c1d14: 2015-08-25 +1000 Simplify `String`’s `Extend<&str>` implementation
    Reserving lower_bound bytes was just silly. It’d be perfectly reasonable to have empty strings in the iterator, which could cause superfluous reallocation of the string, or to have more than one byte per string, which could cause additional reallocation (in practice it’ll balance out). The added complexity of this logic is simply pointless, adding a little bloat with no demonstrable advantage and slight disadvantage.
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  • 3ebf706: 2015-07-07 +1200 Define and use a `print_maybe_styled!` macro in libsyntax/diagnostic.rs
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  • 9249e6a: 2016-02-03 -0500 shallow Clone for #[derive(Copy,Clone)]
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  • 01aebf0: 2016-02-08 -0500 implement RFC amendment 1494
  • 1e67d8a: 2016-03-10 -0500 deriving: factor out discriminant_value construction
  • dd5972e: 2016-03-22 -0400 mk: add missing dep compiletest=>log
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  • 2e812e1: 2016-05-02 +0200 syntax/hir: give loop labels a span
    This makes the "shadowing labels" warning *not* print the entire loop as a span, but only the lifetime. Also makes #31719 go away, but does not fix its root cause (the span of the expanded loop is still wonky, but not used anymore).
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  • 241a3e4: 2016-03-24 +0100 Implement `append` for b-trees.
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  • c07413c: 2016-01-25 +0100 Add message about RUST_BACKTRACE to default output of panic!(...)
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  • b423a0f: 2015-06-13 -0700 Split TyBareFn into TyFnDef and TyFnPtr.
    There's a lot of stuff wrong with the representation of these types: TyFnDef doesn't actually uniquely identify a function, TyFnPtr is used to represent method calls, TyFnDef in the sub-expression of a cast isn't correctly reified, and probably some other stuff I haven't discovered yet. Splitting them seems like the right first step, though.
  • 82ab707: 2015-11-14 -0800 Consistently normalize fn types after erasing lifetimes.(...)
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    Signed-off-by: Peter Atashian <retep998@gmail.com>
  • a65f5ac: 2016-01-20 -0500 Add host toolchain DLLs to PATH when executing link.exe Fixes https://github.com/rust-lang/rust/issues/31063(...)
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  • b713405: 2010-08-08 -0700 Add names to tasks and domains. These can either be an explicit literal string after the "spawn" keyword, or implicitly the call expression used to start the spawn.
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  • 60c988e: 2016-04-02 +0200 Fix libstd on DragonFly
    Following changes: * birthtime does not exist on DragonFly * errno: __dfly_error is no more. Use #[thread_local] static errno. * clock_gettime expects a c_ulong (use a type alias) These changes are required to build DragonFly snapshots again.
  • 9f3de64: 2016-04-02 +0200 Prefix jemalloc on DragonFly to prevent segfaults.(...)
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  • 352ac2e: 2013-08-20 -0700 Fixed a memory leak caused by the singleton idle callback failing to close correctly. The problem was that the close function requires running inside a callback in the event loop, but we were trying to close the idle watcher after the loop returned from run. The fix was to just call run again to process this callback. There is an additional tweak to move the initialization logic fully into bootstrap, so tasks that do not ever call run do not have problems destructing.
  • e5ccf13: 2013-08-19 -0700 clean whitespace :/
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  • f83835b: 2013-08-16 -0700 Moved the logic for a pausible idle callback into a new type - PausibleIdleCallback and placed the appropriate signatures in rtio and implementation into uvio.
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  • d28d5b7: 2014-03-11 -0400 Emacs: always jump the cursor if needed on indent
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  • d92fdb2: 2014-03-02 -0500 Emacs: Remove README warning of old whitespace bug(...)
  • 04dc3e4: 2014-02-22 -0500 Fix typo in emacs ERT test
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  • 46dc35e: 2016-03-08 -0800 Link to actual CSPRNG in `hash::SipHasher` documentation
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