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Rust Language Repository status

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

Summary

  • Statistics from 2010-06-16 -0700 to 2021-03-05 -0300
  • 4,088 contributors
  • 100,501 commits
  • 172 active contributors in 30 days
  • And they contributed 707 commits
  • 32 new contributors in 30 days
  • And they contributed 90 commits
  • 225 mergers merged 38982 commits

Author by Group

Active users

Users who contributed in the last 30 days

  • 172 users contributed 28,007 commits
  • 4.2% of users
  • 27.9% of commits, impacts 10.24 of 11.52

Members are: Guillaume Gomez Ralf Jung bjorn3 Esteban Küber Vadim Petrochenkov Oli Scherer Felix S. Klock II Mark Rousskov Manish Goregaokar Matthias Krüger flip1995 Matthew Jasper Yuki Okushi Philipp Hansch Simon Sapin Aaron Hill Joshua Nelson Bastian Kauschke Corey Farwell Santiago Pastorino Camille GILLOT Lzu Tao Steven Fackler Andre Bogus Josh Stone Simonas Kazlauskas Tomasz Miąsko Eric Huss Jonas Schievink mark Mara Wesley Wiser Pietro Albini est31 Camelid kennytm Amanieu d'Antras Aleksey Kladov LeSeulArtichaut Scott McMurray Alexis Bourget Stein Somers David Tolnay Ivan Tham Nikita Popov Rich Kadel Taiki Endo The8472 Takayuki Nakata Cameron Steffen csmoe Lukas Kalbertodt Aman Arora Michael Howell Hirochika Matsumoto Rune Tynan Josh Triplett flip1995 Ian Jackson Trevor Spiteri Ömer Sinan Ağacan Sebastian Dröge Tyson Nottingham Christiaan Dirkx Squirrel LingMan Jan-Erik Rediger Waffle Lapkin Nicholas-Baron pierwill Kevin Per Ashley Mannix Samuel E. Moelius III Dan Gohman Ellen Nixon Enraght-Moony daxpedda Giacomo Stevanato Jesús Rubio lukaslueg Jeremy Fitzhardinge Caio 1000teslas Peter Todd Thom Chiovoloni dylni Caleb Cartwright nahuakang xFrednet Yoshitomo Nakanishi Bastian Kersting Hameer Abbasi Jason Newcomb Bram van den Heuvel Ryan Levick pierwill b-naber Henry Boisdequin wcampbell Hanif Bin Ariffin Miguel Ojeda Anders Kaseorg Gus Wynn bool Jacob Hughes David Hewitt Vytautas Astrauskas Ikko Ashimine Jacob Hoffman-Andrews Laurențiu Nicola klensy ortem 0yoyoyo Richard Dodd Jonas Platte Ryan Lopopolo Jacob Pratt Benoît du Garreau Smitty Takayuki Maeda Erin Power Mikail Bagishov Yusuke Tanaka Xidorn Quan Skgland Pierre-Andre Gagnon Folyd Nell Shamrell Benedikt Terhechte Maarten de Vries Samuel E. Moelius Eduard-Mihai Burtescu Jakub Kulik ThibsG Edward Shen Reese Williams Steve Heindel Ariadne Conill Lucas De Angelis Nathan Nguyen Martin Habovstiak Johnathan Van Why Andrea Nall LinkTed Wesley Wiser Khem Raj avitex Mateusz Gacek Jeffrey Griffin Ophir LOJKINE Teddy Katz Nam Nguyen Tri Vo Erik Jensen Jeff Muizelaar Olivier FAURE Ricky (deg4uss3r) bstrie Morten Lohne Lucas De Angelis Takayuki Maeda Benjamin Bouvier Noam Koren Ibraheem Ahmed Daniel Egger katelyn martin alpaca-tc lcnr r00ster91 Peter Kehl Vincent Ambo Victor Roest

Newfaces

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

  • 32 users contributed 90 commits
  • 0.8% of users
  • 0.1% of commits, impacts 4.5 of 11.52

Members are: Ryan Levick Jacob Hoffman-Andrews klensy Takayuki Maeda Yusuke Tanaka Skgland ThibsG Edward Shen Ariadne Conill Lucas De Angelis Andrea Nall Wesley Wiser Khem Raj avitex Mateusz Gacek Jeffrey Griffin Ophir LOJKINE Teddy Katz Morten Lohne Lucas De Angelis Takayuki Maeda Benjamin Bouvier Noam Koren Ibraheem Ahmed Daniel Egger katelyn martin alpaca-tc lcnr r00ster91 Peter Kehl Vincent Ambo Victor Roest

Bot

Robot is your friend

  • 1 users contributed 4 commits
  • 0.0% of users
  • 0.0% of commits, impacts 1.39 of 11.52

Members are: bors

Mozilla

http://www.mozilla.org/

  • 55 users contributed 19,206 commits
  • 1.3% of users
  • 19.1% of commits, impacts 9.86 of 11.52

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

Korean Rust User Group

http://rust-kr.org/

  • 8 users contributed 473 commits
  • 0.2% of users
  • 0.5% of commits, impacts 6.16 of 11.52

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

Samsung Electronics

http://www.samsung.com/

  • 17 users contributed 411 commits
  • 0.4% of users
  • 0.4% of commits, impacts 6.02 of 11.52

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 11.52

Members are: asdf unknown chitra unknown

Mergers

  • 225 users merged 38982 commits
  • 38.8% of commits, but not counted in total

Members are:

Author Index

Authors

Brian Anderson

Groups:
Mozilla
Commit Count:
5258 (#1.0)
Commit Rate:
5.2%
Commit Impact:
8.57 of 11.52
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Commits

  • 8251e12: 2020-02-07 +0800 Don't use the word 'unwrap' to describe core unwrapping functions
    It's tautological, and Rust-specific Jargon. This changes various Option/Result methods to consistently describe unwrapping behavior using the words "return", "contain", "consume". It also renames the closure argument of `Return::unwrap_or_else` to `default` to be consistent with `Option`.
  • db9b578: 2020-02-05 +0800 Reorder declarations of Result::expect_err/unwrap_err to match Option
  • c00d8aa: 2020-02-05 +0800 Reorder declarations of Result::export/unwrap to match Option
  • c03077b: 2019-08-07 -0700 Use consistent capitalization in -C/-Z help
  • f4d6362: 2018-08-20 -0700 librustc_lint: In recursion warning, change 'recurring' to 'recursing'
  • e8689c7 da100fe 435e1ce 084b67f f59931d 8e97693 1c3f34d 3554ff3 23c09ea e77f856 e491f39 7916e00 d650cf5 a2735c0 a0a4af1 and other 5238 commits.

Niko Matsakis

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Mozilla
Commit Count:
4055 (#2.0)
Commit Rate:
4.0%
Commit Impact:
8.31 of 11.52
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Commits

  • b6b897b: 2021-01-29 -0500 introduce future-compatibility warning for forbidden lint groups
    We used to ignore `forbid(group)` scenarios completely. This changed in #78864, but that led to a number of regressions (#80988, #81218). This PR introduces a future compatibility warning for the case where a group is forbidden but then an individual lint within that group is allowed. We now issue a FCW when we see the "allow", but permit it to take effect.
  • 4a97c52: 2020-11-14 -0500 Add test to check that we do not get a cycle due to resolving `Self::Bar` in the where clauses
  • d57689f: 2020-06-08 +0000 cite issue 73154
  • 6929013: 2020-06-08 +0000 fix subtle bug in NLL type checker(...)
  • c88a76e: 2020-06-06 +0000 WIP bless test and compare-mode=nll
  • 93e2982 be0d10f 3a68d56 6873a76 70cf33f 1e00e1b 5a7a850 f2cf994 4199b3a bcc0a9c b5809b0 e0ec3d5 0e3b31c 034c25f cb9458d and other 4035 commits.

Alex Crichton

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Commit Count:
3584 (#3.0)
Commit Rate:
3.6%
Commit Impact:
8.18 of 11.52
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Commits

  • a124043: 2020-11-30 -0800 rustc: Stabilize `-Zrun-dsymutil` as `-Csplit-debuginfo`
    This commit adds a new stable codegen option to rustc, `-Csplit-debuginfo`. The old `-Zrun-dsymutil` flag is deleted and now subsumed by this stable flag. Additionally `-Zsplit-dwarf` is also subsumed by this flag but still requires `-Zunstable-options` to actually activate. The `-Csplit-debuginfo` flag takes one of three values: * `off` - This indicates that split-debuginfo from the final artifact is not desired. This is not supported on Windows and is the default on Unix platforms except macOS. On macOS this means that `dsymutil` is not executed. * `packed` - This means that debuginfo is desired in one location separate from the main executable. This is the default on Windows (`*.pdb`) and macOS (`*.dSYM`). On other Unix platforms this subsumes `-Zsplit-dwarf=single` and produces a `*.dwp` file. * `unpacked` - This means that debuginfo will be roughly equivalent to object files, meaning that it's throughout the build directory rather than in one location (often the fastest for local development). This is not the default on any platform and is not supported on Windows. Each target can indicate its own default preference for how debuginfo is handled. Almost all platforms default to `off` except for Windows and macOS which default to `packed` for historical reasons. Some equivalencies for previous unstable flags with the new flags are: * `-Zrun-dsymutil=yes` -> `-Csplit-debuginfo=packed` * `-Zrun-dsymutil=no` -> `-Csplit-debuginfo=unpacked` * `-Zsplit-dwarf=single` -> `-Csplit-debuginfo=packed` * `-Zsplit-dwarf=split` -> `-Csplit-debuginfo=unpacked` Note that `-Csplit-debuginfo` still requires `-Zunstable-options` for non-macOS platforms since split-dwarf support was *just* implemented in rustc. There's some more rationale listed on #79361, but the main gist of the motivation for this commit is that `dsymutil` can take quite a long time to execute in debug builds and provides little benefit. This means that incremental compile times appear that much worse on macOS because the compiler is constantly running `dsymutil` over every single binary it produces during `cargo build` (even build scripts!). Ideally rustc would switch to not running `dsymutil` by default, but that's a problem left to get tackled another day. Closes #79361
  • 5756bd7: 2020-11-30 -0800 std: Update wasi-libc commit of the wasm32-wasi target(...)
  • f99410b: 2020-11-20 -0800 std: Update the backtrace crate submodule(...)
  • 010265a: 2020-11-12 -0800 Fix an intrinsic invocation on threaded wasm(...)
  • b21a3de: 2020-08-08 -0700 Don't try to use wasm intrinsics on vectors(...)
  • cd8bdb5 06d565c 2c1b046 83b4930 618aeec 028f8d7 13db3cc e158913 3dfbf0b fde8d11 0c2b025 d6156e8 05b2d3f 0fd9a37 16469a1 and other 3564 commits.

Patrick Walton

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Mozilla
Commit Count:
2795 (#4.0)
Commit Rate:
2.8%
Commit Impact:
7.94 of 11.52
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Commits

Graydon Hoare

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Mozilla
Commit Count:
2136 (#5.0)
Commit Rate:
2.1%
Commit Impact:
7.67 of 11.52
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Commits

Guillaume Gomez

Other names:
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Active users
Commit Count:
2115 (#6.0)
Commit Rate:
2.1%
Commit Impact:
7.66 of 11.52
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Commits

Ralf Jung

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Active users
Commit Count:
2096 (#7.0)
Commit Rate:
2.1%
Commit Impact:
7.65 of 11.52
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Commits

bjorn3

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Commit Count:
1757 (#8.0)
Commit Rate:
1.7%
Commit Impact:
7.47 of 11.52
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Eduard-Mihai Burtescu

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Eduard Burtescu
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1583 (#9.0)
Commit Rate:
1.6%
Commit Impact:
7.37 of 11.52
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Commits

Esteban Küber

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Commit Count:
1578 (#10.0)
Commit Rate:
1.6%
Commit Impact:
7.36 of 11.52
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Commits

Vadim Petrochenkov

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Commit Count:
1515 (#11.0)
Commit Rate:
1.5%
Commit Impact:
7.32 of 11.52
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Mazdak Farrokhzad

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1420 (#12.0)
Commit Rate:
1.4%
Commit Impact:
7.26 of 11.52
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Tim Chevalier

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Commit Count:
1384 (#13.0)
Commit Rate:
1.4%
Commit Impact:
7.23 of 11.52
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Commits

Oliver Schneider

Other names:
Oliver 'ker' Schneider
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1294 (#14.0)
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1.3%
Commit Impact:
7.17 of 11.52
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Commits

Oli Scherer

Other names:
oli Oliver Scherer Oliver S̶c̶h̶n̶e̶i̶d̶e̶r Scherer Oliver Schneider
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Commit Count:
1284 (#15.0)
Commit Rate:
1.3%
Commit Impact:
7.16 of 11.52
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Commits

Felix S. Klock II

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Felix S Klock II
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Commit Count:
1207 (#16.0)
Commit Rate:
1.2%
Commit Impact:
7.1 of 11.52
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Commits

  • 444a756: 2021-03-05 -0500 Revise prefix a bit, adding both `--test` (conditionally) and `[RUSTC-SHIM]` unconditionally.
    1. I added `--test` based on review feedback from simulacrum: I decided I would rather include such extra context than get confused later on by its absence. (However, I chose to encode it differently than how `[RUSTC-TIMING]` does... I don't have much basis for doing so, other than `--test` to me more directly reflects what it came from.) 2. I also decided to include `[RUSTC-SHIM]` at start of all of these lines driven by the verbosity level, to make to clear where these lines of text originate from. (Basically, I skimmed over the output and realized that a casual observer might not be able to tell where this huge set of new lines were coming from.)
  • f5eb5c8: 2021-03-04 -0500 Make rustc shim's verbose output include crate_name being compiled.(...)
  • f2d70c5: 2021-02-19 -0500 Implementation of build.print_step_rusage.(...)
  • 0d8bf72: 2021-02-19 -0500 Created experimental build.print_step_rusage setting(...)
  • 9fafffd: 2021-02-22 -0500 Print out env vars related to Rust on (sufficiently verbose) rustc invocations.(...)
  • fb0e41f dac354f bed69c6 a71a819 5ce6710 1783c47 03c000e a7745d9 532332f ff4665f 2307d08 4c5ede7 5747c15 afa2a67 b4e77d2 and other 1187 commits.

varkor

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1072 (#17.0)
Commit Rate:
1.1%
Commit Impact:
6.98 of 11.52
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Commits

Marijn Haverbeke

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1007 (#18.0)
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1.0%
Commit Impact:
6.91 of 11.52
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Commits

Mark Rousskov

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Commit Count:
1000 (#19.0)
Commit Rate:
1.0%
Commit Impact:
6.91 of 11.52
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Commits

Steve Klabnik

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steveklabnik
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950 (#20.0)
Commit Rate:
0.9%
Commit Impact:
6.86 of 11.52
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Commits

  • aea0186: 2020-05-12 -0500 make many ptr functions must_use
    https://djugei.github.io/bad-at-unsafe/ describes an error a user had when trying to use offset: > At first I just assumed that the .add() and .offset() methods on pointers would mutate the pointer. They do not. Instead they return a new pointer, which gets dropped silently if you don't use it. Unlike for example Result, which is must_use annotated.
  • d14f000: 2020-05-07 -0500 Allow a few warnings.(...)
  • a028292: 2020-05-04 -0500 Use f64 in f64 examples(...)
  • 55e37f9: 2020-05-04 -0500 Add examples to int macros
  • 8bef0a3: 2020-05-04 -0500 f64 examples
  • d38d429 0768fa4 a992f95 732842f 186d5d7 beb6495 f282f6b 5fc6fc3 4a454d6 6b0ac49 934871a 4c34404 d7b3f5c 57b7d55 0579ef0 and other 930 commits.

Manish Goregaokar

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Commit Count:
948 (#21.0)
Commit Rate:
0.9%
Commit Impact:
6.85 of 11.52
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Commits

Huon Wilson

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808 (#22.0)
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0.8%
Commit Impact:
6.69 of 11.52
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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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793 (#23.0)
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0.8%
Commit Impact:
6.68 of 11.52
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Commits

Daniel Micay

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761 (#24.0)
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0.8%
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6.63 of 11.52
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Erick Tryzelaar

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710 (#25.0)
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0.7%
Commit Impact:
6.57 of 11.52
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Dylan MacKenzie

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689 (#26.0)
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0.7%
Commit Impact:
6.54 of 11.52
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Commits

Nick Cameron

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682 (#27.0)
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0.7%
Commit Impact:
6.53 of 11.52
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Matthias Krüger

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652 (#28.0)
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6.48 of 11.52
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John Kåre Alsaker

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617 (#29.0)
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0.6%
Commit Impact:
6.42 of 11.52
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flip1995

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Philipp Krones
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586 (#30.5)
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6.37 of 11.52
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Jorge Aparicio

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586 (#30.5)
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6.37 of 11.52
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Matthew Jasper

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566 (#32.0)
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0.6%
Commit Impact:
6.34 of 11.52
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Nicholas Nethercote

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560 (#33.0)
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Commit Impact:
6.33 of 11.52
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Commits

  • 0a597bd: 2020-08-06 +1000 Remove `CowBoxSymStr`.
    `CowBoxSymStr` is a type that either holds a `SymbolStr` (which is much the same as a `Symbol`), or an owned string. When computing skeletons, a `SymbolStr` is stored if the skeleton is the same as the original string, otherwise an owned string is stored. So, basically, `CowBoxSymStr` is a type for string interning. But we already have one of those: `Symbol` itself. This PR removes `CowBoxSymStr`, using `Symbol` instead. A good thing about this is that it avoids storing `SymbolStr` values in `skeleton_map`, something that is discouraged. The PR also inlines and removes the `calc_skeleton()` function because that simplifies the code.
  • 75b67c2: 2020-08-05 +1000 Fix symbol ordering for confusable idents detection.(...)
  • 96dd044: 2020-08-08 +1000 Increase `recursion_limit` in `librustc_plugin_impl`.(...)
  • 3dc8a36: 2020-08-07 +1000 Eliminate `librustc_hir`'s dependency on `librustc_session`.
  • 01bba2c: 2020-07-30 +1000 Eliminate the `SessionGlobals` from `librustc_ast`.(...)
  • e539dd6 d6fa011 ebbf07a 5f8a112 af4e3e0 5301407 eeb4b83 8c78fd2 d93277b a4ba181 62db617 f03c7f8 002af4d 9f00808 bccff14 and other 540 commits.

Yuki Okushi

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551 (#34.0)
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0.5%
Commit Impact:
6.31 of 11.52
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Michael Woerister

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537 (#35.5)
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6.29 of 11.52
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Philipp Hansch

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537 (#35.5)
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6.29 of 11.52
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Simon Sapin

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511 (#37.0)
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6.24 of 11.52
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Ariel Ben-Yehuda

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502 (#38.0)
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6.22 of 11.52
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mcarton

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Martin Carton
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493 (#39.0)
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0.5%
Commit Impact:
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  • 31814c4: 2021-02-27 -0800 Revert LLVM D81803 because it broke Windows 7
    This submodule update reverts <https://reviews.llvm.org/D81803>. While that change is meant to fix a real bug, [LLVM PR42623], it caused new permission errors on Windows 7 that make it unable to build any archives. This is probably the same root cause as [LLVM PR48378]. Fixes #81051. We'll file a new Rust issue to track the LLVM resolution. [LLVM PR42623]: https://bugs.llvm.org/show_bug.cgi?id=42623 [LLVM PR48378]: https://bugs.llvm.org/show_bug.cgi?id=48378
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  • 1607064: 2014-07-17 -0700 repair macro docs
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  • 11c2218: 2015-07-26 -0700 Remove the module-level documentation for thread::scoped
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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.
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  • 14eb94f: 2021-01-16 -0800 don't suggest erroneous trailing comma after `..`
    In #76612, suggestions were added for missing fields in patterns. However, the suggestions are being inserted just at the end of the last field in the pattern—before any trailing comma after the last field. This resulted in the "if you don't care about missing fields" suggestion to recommend code with a trailing comma after the field ellipsis (`..,`), which is actually not legal ("`..` must be at the end and cannot have a trailing comma")! Incidentally, the doc-comment on `error_unmentioned_fields` was using `you_cant_use_this_field` as an example field name (presumably copy-paste inherited from the description of Issue #76077), but the present author found this confusing, because unmentioned fields aren't necessarily unusable. The suggested code in the diff this commit introduces to `destructuring-assignment/struct_destructure_fail.stderr` doesn't work, but it didn't work beforehand, either (because of the "found reserved identifier `_`" thing), so you can't really call it a regression; it could be fixed in a separate PR. Resolves #78511.
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  • 6e88e96: 2019-07-13 +0200 Support repr(simd) on ADTs containing a single array field
    This PR allows using `#[repr(simd)]` on ADTs containing a single array field: ```rust #[repr(simd)] struct S0([f32; 4]); #[repr(simd)] struct S1<const N: usize>([f32; N]); #[repr(simd)] struct S2<T, const N: usize>([T; N]); ``` This should allow experimenting with portable packed SIMD abstractions on nightly that make use of const generics.
  • 5ecb7eb: 2019-09-25 +0200 Remove fail tests
  • 02bfbf9: 2019-09-25 +0200 Clean tests
  • e1cf0a1: 2019-09-25 +0200 Format
  • e74a268: 2019-09-25 +0200 Test errors
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  • bd51dea: 2021-02-28 -0800 Change twice used large const table to static
    This table is used twice in core::num::dec2flt::algorithm::power_of_ten. According to the semantics of const, a separate huge definition of the table is inlined at both places. fn power_of_ten(e: i16) -> Fp { assert!(e >= table::MIN_E); let i = e - table::MIN_E; let sig = table::POWERS.0[i as usize]; let exp = table::POWERS.1[i as usize]; Fp { f: sig, e: exp } } Theoretically this gets cleaned up by optimization passes, but in practice I am experiencing a miscompile from LTO on this code. Making the table a static, which would only be defined a single time and not require attention from LTO, eliminates the miscompile and seems semantically more appropriate anyway. A separate bug report on the LTO bug is forthcoming.
  • d3fea13: 2021-02-09 -0800 bootstrap: Locate llvm-dwp based on llvm-config bindir
  • fd35517: 2021-02-07 -0800 Downgrade trivial_regex to nursery
  • ceda547: 2021-02-05 -0800 Bump peekable_next_if to rust 1.51.0
  • 8758083: 2021-01-19 -0800 Remove requirement that forces symmetric and transitive PartialEq impls to exist
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  • bb68ec6: 2020-12-17 +0100 Apply suggestion from PR review
  • 41b5ebe: 2020-12-16 +0100 needless_doctest_main: add edition support
  • 39bcf8e: 2020-12-15 +0100 Handle fatal errors when parsing doctests