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Rust Language Repository status

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

Summary

  • Statistics from 2010-06-16 -0700 to 2019-09-20 -0700
  • 3,011 contributors
  • 72,443 commits
  • 108 active contributors in 30 days
  • And they contributed 536 commits
  • 31 new contributors in 30 days
  • And they contributed 66 commits
  • 145 mergers merged 26810 commits

Author by Group

Active users

Users who contributed in the last 30 days

  • 108 users contributed 21,596 commits
  • 3.6% of users
  • 29.8% of commits, impacts 9.98 of 11.19

Members are: Niko Matsakis Alex Crichton Eduard-Mihai Burtescu Guillaume Gomez Ralf Jung Felix S. Klock II Vadim Petrochenkov Esteban Küber varkor Mark Rousskov Mazdak Farrokhzad Michael Woerister Nicholas Nethercote David Wood Tshepang Lekhonkhobe Josh Stone Santiago Pastorino mark Wesley Wiser Oliver Middleton Alexander Regueiro Yuki Okushi Aaron Hill Aleksey Kladov Taylor Cramer Pietro Albini Igor Matuszewski Shotaro Yamada Taiki Endo topecongiro Eric Huss Andre Bogus Tyler Mandry Matthias Krüger Artyom Pavlov Marco A L Barbosa Nikita Popov Jethro Beekman flip1995 Jonas Schievink Dylan MacKenzie Philipp Hansch Marc-Antoine Perennou Lzu Tao Vitaly _Vi Shukela lqd Mateusz Mikuła Samuel Holland Christian Kornel Tim Vermeulen Baoshan Pang Charles Lew Giles Cope Ximin Luo nathanwhit Andreas Molzer Tomasz Różański Ilija Tovilo Philip Craig Dario Gonzalez Andreas Jonson Alex Gaynor James Munns Caio guanqun Kevin Per Thomas de Zeeuw Dodo Aleksi Juvani Arno Haase Alexander Regueiro Erin Power Pascal Hertleif Dante-Broggi V1shvesh Joe Ranweiler Maximilian Roos Adrian Heine né Lang 12101111 Hal Gentz Marcin Mielniczuk hman523 Jeremy Stucki Shiqing Christian Veenman Ivan Tham Sam Radhakrishan Daniel Henry-Mantilla Salim Nasser Joshua Groves Naja Melan limira Hristo Venev Alessandro Ghedini Aditya Atluri pcpthm Afnan Enayet Jiewen Yao Matthew Maurer gaolei Charles Gleason Sebastian Martinez Lukas Jane Lusby Xiang Fan Logan Wendholt Julian Gehring

Newfaces

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

  • 31 users contributed 66 commits
  • 1.0% of users
  • 0.1% of commits, impacts 4.19 of 11.19

Members are: guanqun Aleksi Juvani Arno Haase Pascal Hertleif V1shvesh 12101111 Hal Gentz hman523 Shiqing Christian Veenman Ivan Tham Sam Radhakrishan Daniel Henry-Mantilla Joshua Groves Naja Melan limira Hristo Venev Alessandro Ghedini Aditya Atluri pcpthm Afnan Enayet Jiewen Yao Matthew Maurer gaolei Charles Gleason Sebastian Martinez Lukas Jane Lusby Xiang Fan Logan Wendholt Julian Gehring

Mozilla

http://www.mozilla.org/

  • 53 users contributed 18,848 commits
  • 1.8% of users
  • 26.0% of commits, impacts 9.84 of 11.19

Members are: Brian Anderson Niko Matsakis Patrick Walton Graydon Hoare Tim Chevalier Nick Cameron Michael Sullivan Luqman Aden Nicholas Nethercote Lindsey Kuper Aaron Turon Rafael Ávila de Espíndola Keegan McAllister Roy Frostig Jonathan Turner Michael Bebenita Dave Huseby Cameron Zwarich Elliott Slaughter Chris Peterson Without Boats David Rajchenbach-Teller Stuart Pernsteiner Marco Castelluccio Nick Desaulniers Dan Gohman Ralph Giles Dave Herman Jason Orendorff Andreas Tolfsen Clark Gaebel Lin Clark Johan Lorenzo Yury Delendik Jonathan Bailey Chris Manchester Michael Wu Jeff Balogh Alex Gaynor cgswords Jonathan Claudius edunham Valentin Tsatskin Kartikaya Gupta Sylvestre Ledru Jeff Muizelaar Drew Willcoxon Sean Stangl zzhu Sylvestre Ledru Erik Rose Ian Connolly Lars Bergstrom

Korean Rust User Group

http://rust-kr.org/

  • 6 users contributed 435 commits
  • 0.2% of users
  • 0.6% of commits, impacts 6.08 of 11.19

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

Samsung Electronics

http://www.samsung.com/

  • 17 users contributed 391 commits
  • 0.6% of users
  • 0.5% of commits, impacts 5.97 of 11.19

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
  • 0.1% of users
  • 0.0% of commits, impacts 1.61 of 11.19

Members are: asdf unknown chitra unknown

Mergers

  • 145 users merged 26810 commits
  • 37.0% of commits, but not counted in total

Members are:

Author Index

Authors

Brian Anderson

Groups:
Mozilla
Commit Count:
5255 (#1.0)
Commit Rate:
7.3%
Commit Impact:
8.57 of 11.19
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Commits

Niko Matsakis

Groups:
Active users Mozilla
Commit Count:
3960 (#2.0)
Commit Rate:
5.5%
Commit Impact:
8.28 of 11.19
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Commits

Alex Crichton

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Active users
Commit Count:
3486 (#3.0)
Commit Rate:
4.8%
Commit Impact:
8.16 of 11.19
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Commits

  • d7f6474: 2019-09-19 -0700 rustbuild: Copy crate doc files fewer times
    Previously when building documentation for the standard library we'd copy all the files 5 times, and these files include libcore/libstd docs which are huge! This commit instead only copies the files after rustdoc has been run for each crate, reducing the number of redundant copies we're making.
  • 2fff780: 2019-09-19 -0700 rustbuild: Don't package libstd twice(...)
  • 72ea960: 2019-09-17 -0700 azure: Convert Windows installations scripts to `bash`(...)
  • 821d293: 2019-09-16 -0700 azure: Disable more LLVM/debug assertions in(...)
  • b88bcf0: 2019-09-11 -0700 Update bundled OpenSSL to 1.1.1d(...)
  • 6c74bc9 34662c6 bb9d3be 0b7ba6e 8fe65da 1a4330d b47c969 815ce8c 093ede2 1301b10 f7ff36d d05c4d5 3d2b6e7 8d7fb87 9f6e1ce and other 3466 commits.

Patrick Walton

Groups:
Mozilla
Commit Count:
2795 (#4.0)
Commit Rate:
3.9%
Commit Impact:
7.94 of 11.19
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Commits

Graydon Hoare

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Groups:
Mozilla
Commit Count:
2136 (#5.0)
Commit Rate:
2.9%
Commit Impact:
7.67 of 11.19
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Commits

Tim Chevalier

Groups:
Mozilla
Commit Count:
1384 (#6.0)
Commit Rate:
1.9%
Commit Impact:
7.23 of 11.19
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Commits

Eduard-Mihai Burtescu

Other names:
Eduard Burtescu
Groups:
Active users
Commit Count:
1330 (#7.0)
Commit Rate:
1.8%
Commit Impact:
7.19 of 11.19
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Commits

Guillaume Gomez

Other names:
ggomez GuillaumeGomez
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Active users
Commit Count:
1303 (#8.0)
Commit Rate:
1.8%
Commit Impact:
7.17 of 11.19
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Commits

Ralf Jung

Groups:
Active users
Commit Count:
1237 (#9.0)
Commit Rate:
1.7%
Commit Impact:
7.12 of 11.19
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Commits

Felix S. Klock II

Other names:
Felix S Klock II
Groups:
Active users
Commit Count:
1120 (#10.0)
Commit Rate:
1.5%
Commit Impact:
7.02 of 11.19
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Commits

Vadim Petrochenkov

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petrochenkov we
Groups:
Active users
Commit Count:
1098 (#11.0)
Commit Rate:
1.5%
Commit Impact:
7.0 of 11.19
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Commits

Marijn Haverbeke

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Commit Count:
1007 (#12.0)
Commit Rate:
1.4%
Commit Impact:
6.91 of 11.19
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Commits

Steve Klabnik

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Commit Count:
940 (#13.0)
Commit Rate:
1.3%
Commit Impact:
6.85 of 11.19
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Commits

Esteban Küber

Groups:
Active users
Commit Count:
927 (#14.0)
Commit Rate:
1.3%
Commit Impact:
6.83 of 11.19
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Commits

varkor

Groups:
Active users
Commit Count:
921 (#15.0)
Commit Rate:
1.3%
Commit Impact:
6.83 of 11.19
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Commits

Oliver Schneider

Other names:
Oliver 'ker' Schneider
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Commit Count:
863 (#16.0)
Commit Rate:
1.2%
Commit Impact:
6.76 of 11.19
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Commits

Huon Wilson

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Commit Count:
808 (#17.0)
Commit Rate:
1.1%
Commit Impact:
6.69 of 11.19
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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.

Jeffrey Seyfried

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Commit Count:
793 (#18.0)
Commit Rate:
1.1%
Commit Impact:
6.68 of 11.19
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Commits

Oliver Scherer

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Oliver S̶c̶h̶n̶e̶i̶d̶e̶r Scherer Oliver Schneider
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Commit Count:
773 (#19.0)
Commit Rate:
1.1%
Commit Impact:
6.65 of 11.19
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Commits

Daniel Micay

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761 (#20.0)
Commit Rate:
1.1%
Commit Impact:
6.63 of 11.19
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Commits

Erick Tryzelaar

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Commit Count:
709 (#21.0)
Commit Rate:
1.0%
Commit Impact:
6.56 of 11.19
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Commits

  • 9de2de1: 2016-06-17 +0100 Pretty-print attributes on tuple structs and add tests
    This adds support to the pretty printer to print attributes added to tuple struct elements. Furthermore, it adds a test that makes sure we will print attributes on all variant data types.
  • ba5cab1: 2016-06-16 +0100 Revert using ? for try! in the libsyntax pretty printer(...)
  • 0e3334e: 2016-03-07 -0500 syntax: Always pretty print a newline after doc comments(...)
  • 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 835bc77 fbd91a7 b62290d 7b00658 eef6b4a 19c8d70 7f9180f 83b1d7f c3da1a1 21143aa a2cfe38 2937cce 8553658 bc6d990 and other 689 commits.

Nick Cameron

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Commit Count:
676 (#22.0)
Commit Rate:
0.9%
Commit Impact:
6.52 of 11.19
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Commits

Mark Rousskov

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Mark Simulacrum Mark-Simulacrum
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Commit Count:
636 (#23.0)
Commit Rate:
0.9%
Commit Impact:
6.46 of 11.19
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Mazdak Farrokhzad

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Commit Count:
610 (#24.0)
Commit Rate:
0.8%
Commit Impact:
6.41 of 11.19
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Jorge Aparicio

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586 (#25.0)
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0.8%
Commit Impact:
6.37 of 11.19
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John Kåre Alsaker

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512 (#26.0)
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0.7%
Commit Impact:
6.24 of 11.19
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Ariel Ben-Yehuda

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494 (#27.0)
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0.7%
Commit Impact:
6.2 of 11.19
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Michael Woerister

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Commit Count:
491 (#28.0)
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0.7%
Commit Impact:
6.2 of 11.19
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Scott Olson

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470 (#29.0)
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0.6%
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6.15 of 11.19
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Simon Sapin

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452 (#30.0)
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0.6%
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6.11 of 11.19
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Corey Farwell

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441 (#31.0)
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0.6%
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6.09 of 11.19
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Michael Sullivan

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Commit Count:
428 (#32.0)
Commit Rate:
0.6%
Commit Impact:
6.06 of 11.19
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Commits

Manish Goregaokar

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421 (#33.0)
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0.6%
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6.04 of 11.19
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Eric Holk

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414 (#34.0)
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0.6%
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6.03 of 11.19
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Steven Fackler

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371 (#35.0)
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0.5%
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5.92 of 11.19
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Ben Blum

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352 (#36.0)
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0.5%
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5.86 of 11.19
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Michael Woerister

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349 (#37.0)
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5.86 of 11.19
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Luqman Aden

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Commit Count:
336 (#38.0)
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0.5%
Commit Impact:
5.82 of 11.19
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Nicholas Nethercote

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Commit Count:
335 (#39.5)
Commit Rate:
0.5%
Commit Impact:
5.81 of 11.19
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Commits

  • 3b85597: 2019-09-17 +1000 Add a specialized version of `shallow_resolve()`.
    The super-hot call site of `inlined_shallow_resolve()` basically does `r.inlined_shallow_resolve(ty) != ty`. This commit introduces a version of that function specialized for that particular call pattern, `shallow_resolve_changed()`. Incredibly, this reduces the instruction count for `keccak` by 5%. The commit also renames `inlined_shallow_resolve()` as `shallow_resolve()` and removes the `inline(always)` annotation, as it's no longer nearly so hot.
  • 82e5c6e: 2019-09-17 +1000 Use explicit iteration instead of `all()` in `process_obligation()`.(...)
  • 7f6e160: 2019-09-17 +1000 Rename some index variables.(...)
  • cf3a562: 2019-09-17 +1000 Remove `NodeIndex`.(...)
  • 476e75d: 2019-09-17 +1000 Move a `Node`'s parent into the descendents list.(...)
  • 163892c bb22986 4ecd94e 201afa6 f22bb2e 6e48053 e2492b7 6391ef4 ac061dc 3fda957 1936e44 43c0d2c 04b1111 a2261ad 7f0637d and other 315 commits.

Corey Richardson

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Elaine "See More" Nemo
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335 (#39.5)
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0.5%
Commit Impact:
5.81 of 11.19
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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.

David Wood

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331 (#41.0)
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0.5%
Commit Impact:
5.8 of 11.19
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Commits

  • 63fad69: 2019-09-08 +0100 lowering: extend temporary lifetimes around await
    This commit changes the HIR lowering around `await` so that temporary lifetimes are extended. Previously, await was lowered as: ```rust { let mut pinned = future; loop { match ::std::future::poll_with_tls_context(unsafe { <::std::pin::Pin>::new_unchecked(&mut pinned) }) { ::std::task::Poll::Ready(result) => break result, ::std::task::Poll::Pending => {} } yield (); } } ``` With this commit, await is lowered as: ```rust match future { mut pinned => loop { match ::std::future::poll_with_tls_context(unsafe { <::std::pin::Pin>::new_unchecked(&mut pinned) }) { ::std::task::Poll::Ready(result) => break result, ::std::task::Poll::Pending => {} } yield (); } } ``` However, this change has the following side-effects: - All temporaries in future will be considered to live across a yield for the purpose of auto-traits. - Borrowed temporaries in future are likely to be considered to be live across the yield for the purpose of the generator transform. Signed-off-by: David Wood <david@davidtw.co>
  • 861d1bb: 2019-07-21 +0100 typeck: Prohibit RPIT types that inherit lifetimes(...)
  • cae8680: 2019-07-26 +0100 lowering: Omit bare trait lint on macro call sites(...)
  • 44bf6b6: 2019-07-20 +0100 tests: Add minimal reproduction of #61963.(...)
  • 4b1bc2d: 2019-06-13 +0100 tests: Add tests that use const fns.
  • a655438 813c994 3cca4ce 485a802 de8660a bc36aab 9ed4674 5604d9a 2bb92aa 3c7e0eb 3ebe9ab 5e3b41e 1e5f496 3277107 e71f466 and other 311 commits.

Simonas Kazlauskas

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313 (#42.0)
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0.4%
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5.75 of 11.19
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ljedrz

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311 (#43.0)
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5.74 of 11.19
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John Clements

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309 (#44.0)
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5.73 of 11.19
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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.

Tshepang Lekhonkhobe

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291 (#45.0)
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0.4%
Commit Impact:
5.67 of 11.19
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Commits

Matthew Jasper

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290 (#46.0)
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0.4%
Commit Impact:
5.67 of 11.19
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Commits

Lindsey Kuper

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287 (#47.0)
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0.4%
Commit Impact:
5.66 of 11.19
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Commits

Aaron Turon

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269 (#48.0)
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0.4%
Commit Impact:
5.59 of 11.19
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Björn Steinbrink

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255 (#49.0)
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Commit Impact:
5.54 of 11.19
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  • 5a7cd84: 2019-01-21 +0100 Speed up the fast path for assert_eq! and assert_ne!
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  • d1cdb02: 2019-07-06 -0700 pretty-pretty extremal constants!
    While many programmers may intuitively appreciate the significance of "magic numbers" like −2147483648, Rust is about empowering everyone to build reliable and efficient software! It's a bit more legible to print the constant names (even noisy fully-qualified-paths thereof). The bit-manipulation methods mirror those in `librustc_mir::hair::pattern::_match::all_constructors`; thanks to the immortal Varkor for guidance. Resolves #56393.
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  • 9487902: 2018-04-07 -0400 rustbuild: canonicalize prefix `install_sh`
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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
  • a50c82b: 2016-05-18 -0500 Simplify report_elision_failure a little bit.
  • 7fef162: 2016-05-18 -0500 Only print parameters with elided lifetimes in elision error messages.(...)
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gaurikholkar

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  • 9bbe8ae: 2019-08-24 +0200 submodules: update clippy from cd3df6be to 2bcb6155
    Changes: ```` Refactor some minor things Use more if-chains Refactor 'lint_or_fun_call' Refactor 'check_unwrap_or_default' Refactor 'check_impl_item' Add missing field to LitKind::Str Run update_lints for Unicode lint Re-add false positive check Add raw string regression test for useless_format lint Re-factor useless_format lint Update Unicode lint tests Add two more tests, allow 2 other lints. Fix `temporary_cstring_as_ptr` false negative Add more testcases for redundant_pattern_matching Fix suggestions for redundant_pattern_matching Add note on how to find the latest beta commit Remove feature gate for async_await Update if_chain doc link Requested test cleanup Requested changes Ignore lines starting with '#' run-rustfix for unseparated-prefix-literals Add autofixable suggestion for unseparated integer literal suffices Further text improvements Add image docs: Explain how to update the changelog ````
  • 4c86508: 2019-07-30 +0200 submodules: update clippy from dc69a5c0 to c3e91365(...)
  • 79e6123: 2019-07-27 +0200 submodules: update clippy from 164310dd to dc69a5c0(...)
  • cf4de8d: 2019-07-16 +0200 submodules: update clippy from b0290424 to 164310dd(...)
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  • c01ba2f: 2019-08-15 +0200 add sparc64-unknown-openbsd target
    on OpenBSD, some architectures relies on libc++ (from LLVM) and some others on libestdc++ (particular version of libstdc++ from GCC). sparc64-unknown-openbsd needs libestdc++ and libgcc (as x86_64 some years ago). Reintroduce the support of them for openbsd, only for sparc64 arch. Some others architectures on OpenBSD could use them too.
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  • f430d7c: 2018-05-12 +0200 add aarch64-unknown-openbsd support
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  • de1c929: 2018-03-22 +0100 Use GNU version of fgrep/egrep tool if available(...)
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Artyom Pavlov

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  • 3ebf706: 2015-07-07 +1200 Define and use a `print_maybe_styled!` macro in libsyntax/diagnostic.rs
    `EmitterWriter::print_maybe_styled` was basically always used with `format!`, so this macro makes some code cleaner. It should also remove some unnecessary allocations (most `print_maybe_styled` invocations allocated a `String` previously, whereas the new macro uses `write_fmt` to write the formatted string directly to the terminal). This probably could have been part of #26838, but it’s too late now.
  • 0bf9fbb: 2015-07-06 +1200 Suggest using `ref` inline in an error
  • e08c5f7: 2015-07-07 +1200 Change some free functions into methods in libsyntax/diagnostic.rs
  • e840393: 2015-05-17 +1200 Make `Arc` support DSTs
  • dadac15: 2015-05-16 +1200 Clarify the error message for malformed `extern crate` statements(...)
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  • 9a8fa2c: 2018-06-08 +0000 Document size_of for 128-bit integers
    We might want to consider separately documenting the alignment of primitives, rather than just their size, since 128-bit integers, unlike all other primitives, have an alignment that is not identical to their size (size_of is 16, align_of is 8)
  • ab4735e: 2018-05-16 +0000 Null exclusions in grammar docs(...)
  • ce0b7cc: 2018-05-16 +0000 Fix grammar documentation wrt Unicode identifiers(...)
  • a2efa2a: 2015-11-04 -0800 Deprecate `_ms` functions that predate the `Duration` API
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  • 44bcd26: 2017-03-22 +0900 Reduce a table used for `Debug` impl of `str`.
    This commit shrinks the size of the aforementioned table from 2,102 bytes to 1,197 bytes. This is achieved by an observation that most u16 entries are common in its upper byte. Specifically: - SINGLETONS now uses two tables, one for (upper byte, lower count) and another for a series of lower bytes. For each upper byte given number of lower bytes are read and compared. - NORMAL now uses a variable length format for the count of "true" codepoints and "false" codepoints (one byte with MSB unset, or two big-endian bytes with the first MSB set). The code size and relative performance roughly remains same as this commit tries to optimize for both. The new table and algorithm has been verified for the equivalence to older ones.
  • e98fa0e: 2015-09-09 +0900 rustdoc: Tweak the main template and CSS for semantic mark-up.(...)
  • 1aecd17: 2015-05-09 +0900 test: fixed some tests affected by banker's rounding.
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  • a641b05: 2015-04-23 +0900 core: updated for the master changes.(...)
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  • 2433526: 2018-12-19 -0500 use `delay_span_bug` instead of `bug!` when doing layout sanity check
    It's possible that `is_object_safe` is called on a trait that is ill-formed, and we shouldn't ICE unless there are no errors being raised. Using `delay_span_bug` solves this. fixes #56806
  • 286503a: 2018-12-16 -0500 Refactor and add comments to code in receiver_is_valid(...)
  • 1d93c61: 2018-12-14 -0500 add a doc comment on `receiver_is_valid`
  • 153f5a7: 2018-11-20 -0500 Stabilize `Rc`, `Arc` and `Pin` as method receivers(...)
  • 192e7c4: 2018-11-01 -0400 Add comments explaining how codegen works for `dyn Trait` methods
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Zack Corr

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  • 834674f: 2017-12-14 -0500 rls depends on rustfmt