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Rust Language Repository status

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

Summary

  • Statistics from 2010-06-16 -0700 to 2021-04-13 +0000
  • 4,148 contributors
  • 102,136 commits
  • 147 active contributors in 30 days
  • And they contributed 507 commits
  • 32 new contributors in 30 days
  • And they contributed 68 commits
  • 230 mergers merged 39740 commits

Author by Group

Active users

Users who contributed in the last 30 days

  • 147 users contributed 32,395 commits
  • 3.5% of users
  • 31.7% of commits, impacts 10.39 of 11.53

Members are: Niko Matsakis Alex Crichton Guillaume Gomez Ralf Jung bjorn3 Esteban Küber Vadim Petrochenkov Oli Scherer Felix S. Klock II Mark Rousskov Steve Klabnik Matthias Krüger Philipp Krones JohnTitor Joshua Nelson Michael Woerister Camille GILLOT Santiago Pastorino Andre Bogus Josh Stone Tomasz Miąsko Simonas Kazlauskas Eric Huss Mara Bos mark Wesley Wiser Camelid Michael Wright Amanieu d'Antras Aleksey Kladov LeSeulArtichaut Stein Somers Ivan Tham David Tolnay Nikita Popov Cameron Steffen The8472 Rich Kadel Linus Färnstrand marmeladema Takayuki Nakata Jack Huey Michael Howell Jethro Beekman kadmin Yoshitomo Nakanishi flip1995 Takayuki Maeda XAMPPRocky Aman Arora Josh Triplett Ömer Sinan Ağacan Ian Jackson Charles Lew Trevor Spiteri Christiaan Dirkx Jason Newcomb Wilco Kusee Kornel LingMan pierwill Erik Desjardins Giacomo Stevanato Ximin Luo xFrednet Nixon Enraght-Moony Jubilee Young Andreas Jonson hyd-dev Samuel E. Moelius III Tom Eccles daxpedda Matt Ickstadt Daniel Henry-Mantilla lukaslueg SNCPlay42 Roxane dylni Hameer Abbasi Caio Caleb Cartwright 12101111 b-naber Gus Wynn Laurențiu Nicola Mateusz Gacek Frank Steffahn klensy rodrimati1992 Alan Somers lcnr hi-rustin ortem Yuki Okushi Markus Westerlind ThibsG SlightlyOutOfPhase Benoît du Garreau Smitty Alan Egerton Augie Fackler Daniel Silverstone Timothée Delabrouille Soveu Martin Habovstiak asquared31415 Julian Frimmel Ben Kimock Wesley Wiser Nelson J Morais Nika Layzell Vlad Frolov Yukio Tanaka Andrew Lamb SparrowLii AngelicosPhosphoros Mario Carneiro Simon Jakobi Yechan Bae Violet Aliénore Bouttefeux Elliot Bobrow Stephen Albert-Moore iobtl Ibraheem Ahmed K Midas Lambrichts liudingming r00ster91 Motoki Ikeda Predrag Gruevski Justin Restivo surechen Jacob Hughes Oleksandr Povar Timothée Thiébaud Weksteen the8472 Jon Jensen Ben Mezger Horaci Macias Frank Steffahn J. Frimmel Deadbeef Reyk Floeter Jamie Quigley Cheng XU

Newfaces

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

  • 32 users contributed 68 commits
  • 0.8% of users
  • 0.1% of commits, impacts 4.22 of 11.53

Members are: Yuki Okushi Augie Fackler Timothée Delabrouille Yukio Tanaka SparrowLii AngelicosPhosphoros Mario Carneiro Simon Jakobi Violet Aliénore Bouttefeux Elliot Bobrow Stephen Albert-Moore K Midas Lambrichts liudingming Predrag Gruevski Justin Restivo surechen Jacob Hughes Oleksandr Povar Timothée Thiébaud Weksteen the8472 Jon Jensen Ben Mezger Horaci Macias Frank Steffahn J. Frimmel Deadbeef Reyk Floeter Jamie Quigley Cheng XU

Bot

Robot is your friend

  • 1 users contributed 4 commits
  • 0.0% of users
  • 0.0% of commits, impacts 1.39 of 11.53

Members are: bors

Mozilla

http://www.mozilla.org/

  • 55 users contributed 19,208 commits
  • 1.3% of users
  • 18.8% of commits, impacts 9.86 of 11.53

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 cgswords Jonathan Claudius Valentin Tsatskin edunham Kartikaya Gupta Sylvestre Ledru Drew Willcoxon Sean Stangl 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 11.53

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 11.53

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 11.53

Members are: asdf unknown chitra unknown

Mergers

  • 230 users merged 39740 commits
  • 38.9% of commits, but not counted in total

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Author Index

Authors

Brian Anderson

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Mozilla
Commit Count:
5258 (#1.0)
Commit Rate:
5.1%
Commit Impact:
8.57 of 11.53
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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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Active users Mozilla
Commit Count:
4057 (#2.0)
Commit Rate:
4.0%
Commit Impact:
8.31 of 11.53
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Commits

Alex Crichton

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Commit Count:
3589 (#3.0)
Commit Rate:
3.5%
Commit Impact:
8.19 of 11.53
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Commits

  • 482a3d0: 2021-04-01 -0700 rustc: Add a new `wasm` ABI
    This commit implements the idea of a new ABI for the WebAssembly target, one called `"wasm"`. This ABI is entirely of my own invention and has no current precedent, but I think that the addition of this ABI might help solve a number of issues with the WebAssembly targets. When `wasm32-unknown-unknown` was first added to Rust I naively "implemented an abi" for the target. I then went to write `wasm-bindgen` which accidentally relied on details of this ABI. Turns out the ABI definition didn't match C, which is causing issues for C/Rust interop. Currently the compiler has a "wasm32 bindgen compat" ABI which is the original implementation I added, and it's purely there for, well, `wasm-bindgen`. Another issue with the WebAssembly target is that it's not clear to me when and if the default C ABI will change to account for WebAssembly's multi-value feature (a feature that allows functions to return multiple values). Even if this does happen, though, it seems like the C ABI will be guided based on the performance of WebAssembly code and will likely not match even what the current wasm-bindgen-compat ABI is today. This leaves a hole in Rust's expressivity in binding WebAssembly where given a particular import type, Rust may not be able to import that signature with an updated C ABI for multi-value. To fix these issues I had the idea of a new ABI for WebAssembly, one called `wasm`. The definition of this ABI is "what you write maps straight to wasm". The goal here is that whatever you write down in the parameter list or in the return values goes straight into the function's signature in the WebAssembly file. This special ABI is for intentionally matching the ABI of an imported function from the environment or exporting a function with the right signature. With the addition of a new ABI, this enables rustc to: * Eventually remove the "wasm-bindgen compat hack". Once this ABI is stable wasm-bindgen can switch to using it everywhere. Afterwards the wasm32-unknown-unknown target can have its default ABI updated to match C. * Expose the ability to precisely match an ABI signature for a WebAssembly function, regardless of what the C ABI that clang chooses turns out to be. * Continue to evolve the definition of the default C ABI to match what clang does on all targets, since the purpose of that ABI will be explicitly matching C rather than generating particular function imports/exports. Naturally this is implemented as an unstable feature initially, but it would be nice for this to get stabilized (if it works) in the near-ish future to remove the wasm32-unknown-unknown incompatibility with the C ABI. Doing this, however, requires the feature to be on stable because wasm-bindgen works with stable Rust.
  • 6c0b987: 2021-04-05 -0700 Update LLVM to support more wasm simd ops(...)
  • 9acf558: 2021-03-31 -0700 Update LLVM with another wasm simd fix(...)
  • 1c8c261: 2021-03-18 -0700 Update LLVM to bring in SIMD updates for WebAssembly(...)
  • d6b06b8: 2021-03-05 -0800 std: Fix a bug on the wasm32-wasi target opening files(...)
  • a124043 5756bd7 f99410b 010265a b21a3de cd8bdb5 06d565c 2c1b046 83b4930 618aeec 028f8d7 13db3cc e158913 3dfbf0b fde8d11 and other 3569 commits.

Patrick Walton

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Commit Count:
2795 (#4.0)
Commit Rate:
2.7%
Commit Impact:
7.94 of 11.53
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Commits

Guillaume Gomez

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Commit Count:
2152 (#5.0)
Commit Rate:
2.1%
Commit Impact:
7.67 of 11.53
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Commits

Graydon Hoare

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Commit Count:
2136 (#6.0)
Commit Rate:
2.1%
Commit Impact:
7.67 of 11.53
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Commits

Ralf Jung

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Commit Count:
2120 (#7.0)
Commit Rate:
2.1%
Commit Impact:
7.66 of 11.53
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Commits

bjorn3

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Commit Count:
1849 (#8.0)
Commit Rate:
1.8%
Commit Impact:
7.52 of 11.53
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Commits

Esteban Küber

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Commit Count:
1601 (#9.0)
Commit Rate:
1.6%
Commit Impact:
7.38 of 11.53
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Commits

Eduard-Mihai Burtescu

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Eduard Burtescu
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Commit Count:
1583 (#10.0)
Commit Rate:
1.5%
Commit Impact:
7.37 of 11.53
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Commits

Vadim Petrochenkov

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Commit Count:
1552 (#11.0)
Commit Rate:
1.5%
Commit Impact:
7.35 of 11.53
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Mazdak Farrokhzad

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1420 (#12.0)
Commit Rate:
1.4%
Commit Impact:
7.26 of 11.53
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Commits

Tim Chevalier

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Commit Count:
1384 (#13.0)
Commit Rate:
1.4%
Commit Impact:
7.23 of 11.53
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Commits

Oli Scherer

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oli Oliver Scherer Oliver S̶c̶h̶n̶e̶i̶d̶e̶r Scherer Oliver Schneider
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Commit Count:
1344 (#14.0)
Commit Rate:
1.3%
Commit Impact:
7.2 of 11.53
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Oliver Schneider

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Oliver 'ker' Schneider
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1294 (#15.0)
Commit Rate:
1.3%
Commit Impact:
7.17 of 11.53
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Commits

Felix S. Klock II

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Felix S Klock II
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Commit Count:
1208 (#16.0)
Commit Rate:
1.2%
Commit Impact:
7.1 of 11.53
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Commits

  • d6de60f: 2021-03-15 -0400 Make bootstrap be more informative when one does `x.py test` on a beta checkout without other mods.
    To be clear, by default running `x.py test` on a checkout of the beta branch currently fails, and with this change will continue to fail, because `x.py tests` runs `x.py test src/tools/tidy` which tries to run `rustfmt` and that will fail because the `rustfmt` binary is pinned to the current nighlty and we do not attempt to distribute one for the beta builds. This change gives a better error message than the current message, which is just "./x.py fmt is not supported on this channel" without providing any hint about what one might do about that problem. (update: placated tidy.)
  • 444a756: 2021-03-05 -0500 Revise prefix a bit, adding both `--test` (conditionally) and `[RUSTC-SHIM]` unconditionally.(...)
  • 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 fb0e41f dac354f bed69c6 a71a819 5ce6710 1783c47 03c000e a7745d9 532332f ff4665f 2307d08 4c5ede7 5747c15 afa2a67 and other 1188 commits.

varkor

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1073 (#17.0)
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1.1%
Commit Impact:
6.98 of 11.53
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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 11.53
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Commits

Mark Rousskov

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1005 (#19.0)
Commit Rate:
1.0%
Commit Impact:
6.91 of 11.53
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Commits

Manish Goregaokar

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952 (#20.0)
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0.9%
Commit Impact:
6.86 of 11.53
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Commits

  • 664c3e7: 2021-03-08 -0800 Turn old edition lints (anonymous-parameters, keyword-idents) into warn-by-default on 2015
  • 0eeae1a: 2021-03-07 -0800 diagnostics: Don't mention external crates when hitting import errors on crate imports in 2018
  • 9d5d669: 2021-03-07 -0800 diagnostics: Differentiate between edition meanings of ::foo in resolve diagnostics for ::foo::Bar
  • ac7f9cc: 2021-03-07 -0800 diagnostics: Differentiate between edition meanings of ::foo in resolve diagnostics (for bare `::foo`)
  • a98b22c: 2021-02-16 -0800 Add caveat to Path::display() about lossiness
  • c8cb90a a31e5f5 6fb1075 0fb09d6 3e3dff7 e0ae980 65d003a 752274e 8cb7e85 09d4d49 f6cb96e dc93188 f1ab302 375e7c5 8f3cb7d and other 932 commits.

Steve Klabnik

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951 (#21.0)
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0.9%
Commit Impact:
6.86 of 11.53
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Huon Wilson

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808 (#22.0)
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0.8%
Commit Impact:
6.69 of 11.53
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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 11.53
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Daniel Micay

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761 (#24.0)
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0.7%
Commit Impact:
6.63 of 11.53
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Erick Tryzelaar

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710 (#25.0)
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0.7%
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6.57 of 11.53
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Matthias Krüger

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696 (#26.0)
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0.7%
Commit Impact:
6.55 of 11.53
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Dylan MacKenzie

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689 (#27.0)
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0.7%
Commit Impact:
6.54 of 11.53
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Nick Cameron

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682 (#28.0)
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0.7%
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6.53 of 11.53
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John Kåre Alsaker

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617 (#29.0)
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Commit Impact:
6.42 of 11.53
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Philipp Krones

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587 (#30.0)
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0.6%
Commit Impact:
6.38 of 11.53
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Jorge Aparicio

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586 (#31.0)
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6.37 of 11.53
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JohnTitor

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570 (#32.0)
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0.6%
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6.35 of 11.53
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Matthew Jasper

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566 (#33.0)
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6.34 of 11.53
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Nicholas Nethercote

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560 (#34.0)
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Commit Impact:
6.33 of 11.53
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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.

Joshua Nelson

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557 (#35.0)
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6.32 of 11.53
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  • 1b0b7e9: 2021-04-02 -0400 Update stdarch submodule (to before it switched to const generics)
    This also includes a cherry-pick of https://github.com/rust-lang/stdarch/commit/ec1461905b421cf0c56adeebb49bbf55bb33fd17 and https://github.com/rust-lang/stdarch/pull/1108 to fix a build failure. It also adds a re-export of various macros to the crate root of libstd - previously they would show up automatically because std_detect was defined in the same crate.
  • cba5073: 2021-04-11 -0400 Move crate loader to collect_intra_doc_links::early(...)
  • 47d1ed9: 2021-04-10 -0400 Preprocess intra-doc links consistently(...)
  • 8c7b7dd: 2021-04-09 -0400 Fix perf regression in non-autolinks(...)
  • f67103b: 2021-04-09 -0400 Add back missing trait test(...)
  • 40ca352 28e83a4 3478f83 9866ea0 ffd7094 9e11902 a86a740 661acbc f4c87c5 58f9c5b 2ab1b7d 8ed7d93 d4011e1 6e4ef54 f8653c9 and other 537 commits.

Michael Woerister

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543 (#36.0)
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6.3 of 11.53
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Philipp Hansch

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Phil Hansch
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537 (#37.0)
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0.5%
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6.29 of 11.53
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Camille GILLOT

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515 (#38.0)
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6.24 of 11.53
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Aaron Hill

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511 (#39.5)
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6.24 of 11.53
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  • a93c4f0: 2020-11-28 -0500 Implement token-based handling of attributes during expansion
    This PR modifies the macro expansion infrastructure to handle attributes in a fully token-based manner. As a result: * Derives macros no longer lose spans when their input is modified by eager cfg-expansion. This is accomplished by performing eager cfg-expansion on the token stream that we pass to the derive proc-macro * Inner attributes now preserve spans in all cases, including when we have multiple inner attributes in a row. This is accomplished through the following changes: * New structs `AttrAnnotatedTokenStream` and `AttrAnnotatedTokenTree` are introduced. These are very similar to a normal `TokenTree`, but they also track the position of attributes and attribute targets within the stream. They are built when we collect tokens during parsing. An `AttrAnnotatedTokenStream` is converted to a regular `TokenStream` when we invoke a macro. * Token capturing and `LazyTokenStream` are modified to work with `AttrAnnotatedTokenStream`. A new `ReplaceRange` type is introduced, which is created during the parsing of a nested AST node to make the 'outer' AST node aware of the attributes and attribute target stored deeper in the token stream. * When we need to perform eager cfg-expansion (either due to `#[derive]` or `#[cfg_eval]`), we tokenize and reparse our target, capturing additional information about the locations of `#[cfg]` and `#[cfg_attr]` attributes at any depth within the target. This is a performance optimization, allowing us to perform less work in the typical case where captured tokens never have eager cfg-expansion run.
  • 21e6cc1: 2021-04-08 -0400 Expand derive invocations in left-to-right order(...)
  • 6c59111: 2021-04-08 -0400 Add some proc-macro attribute token handling tests
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  • 3dabab1: 2021-04-10 +0300 Fix NixOS patching
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  • 992feab: 2015-12-29 -0500 Add a hint when given --extern with an indeterminate type
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  • 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.
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  • 1e26358: 2021-04-12 -0700 Fix typo in error message
    Also tweaked the message a bit by - removing the hyphen, because in my opinion the hyphen makes the message a bit harder to read, especially combined with the backticks; - adding the word "be", because I think it's a bit clearer that way.
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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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  • 5547d92: 2021-04-02 +0300 Document "standard" conventions for error messages
    These are currently documented in the API guidelines: https://rust-lang.github.io/api-guidelines/interoperability.html#error-types-are-meaningful-and-well-behaved-c-good-err I think it makes sense to uplift this guideline (in a milder form) into std docs. Printing and producing errors is something that even non-expert users do frequently, so it is useful to give at least some indication of what a typical error message looks like.
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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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  • 6bb60ef: 2019-07-06 -0700 name the trait in ambiguous-associated-items fully qualified suggestion(...)
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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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  • da001b8: 2015-10-05 -0700 Fix doc typo in num::{f32,f64}.
  • fd07780: 2015-10-04 -0700 Fix LLVM assertion on out-of-bounds const slice index.(...)
  • d908302: 2014-03-04 -0800 Fix ICE on statics with fancy nullable enums.(...)
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