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Rust Language Repository status

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

Summary

  • Statistics from 2010-06-16 -0700 to 2014-10-24 -0400
  • 720 contributors
  • 27,469 commits
  • 110 active contributors in 30 days
  • And they contributed 501 commits
  • 44 new contributors in 30 days
  • And they contributed 96 commits
  • 34 mergers merged 6077 commits

Author by Group

Active users

Users who contributed in the last 30 days

  • 110 users contributed 14,527 commits
  • 15.3% of users
  • 52.9% of commits, impacts 9.58 of 10.22

Members are: Brian Anderson Patrick Walton Alex Crichton Niko Matsakis Daniel Micay Huon Wilson Luqman Aden Felix S. Klock II Steven Fackler Steve Klabnik Brendan Zabarauskas Eduard Burtescu Nick Cameron Björn Steinbrink Vadim Chugunov Jakub Bukaj Keegan McAllister Adolfo Ochagavía Chris Morgan Brian Koropoff Aaron Turon OGINO Masanori Simon Sapin Michael Woerister Guillaume Pinot P1start Florian Hahn Benjamin Herr Piotr Jawniak Alexis Beingessner Piotr Czarnecki Valerii Hiora Tom Jakubowski Joseph Crail Ben Gamari Ariel Ben-Yehuda Julian Orth John Gallagher Ruud van Asseldonk Daniel Hofstetter NODA, Kai Ben Noordhuis Jonathan S Kasey Carrothers Rahul Horé Mike Boutin Jorge Aparicio Felix Raimundo Falco Hirschenberger Eduardo Bautista Manish Goregaokar Viktor Dahl Victor Berger John Kåre Alsaker Michael Gehring gamazeps Piotr Szotkowski John Kleint Colin Sherratt Matej Lach Johannes Muenzel Kevin Mehall Raphael Speyer Dan Schatzberg Clark Gaebel areski Kevin Walter Ahmed Charles Tobba Ms2ger Son Mike Robinson Cody P Schafer Brian Campbell Ricardo M. Correia Jorge Aparicio Till Hoeppner Benjamin Adamson Michael Kainer Stuart Pernsteiner Gil Cottle Graham Fawcett Erwan Lionel Flandrin jrincayc Mike Dilger Stefan Bucur Peter Minten Patrick Reisert Taylor Hutchison Mateusz Czapliński Evan Klitzke Maximilian Haack Boris Egorov Jelte Fennema Robin Gloster Markus Siemens Phil Dawes Neil Pankey = Ray Clanan Ivan Ukhov Steven Fackler Squeaky Aleksandr Koshlo rjz Jiří Stránský Corey Farwell Vladimir Smola Neil Pankey

Newfaces

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

  • 44 users contributed 96 commits
  • 6.1% of users
  • 0.3% of commits, impacts 4.56 of 10.22

Members are: Ariel Ben-Yehuda John Gallagher Rahul Horé Michael Gehring Piotr Szotkowski John Kleint areski Son Cody P Schafer Brian Campbell Ricardo M. Correia Jorge Aparicio Michael Kainer Stuart Pernsteiner Gil Cottle Graham Fawcett Erwan Lionel Flandrin jrincayc Mike Dilger Stefan Bucur Peter Minten Patrick Reisert Taylor Hutchison Mateusz Czapliński Evan Klitzke Maximilian Haack Boris Egorov Jelte Fennema Robin Gloster Markus Siemens Phil Dawes Neil Pankey = Ray Clanan Ivan Ukhov Steven Fackler Squeaky Aleksandr Koshlo rjz Jiří Stránský Corey Farwell Vladimir Smola Neil Pankey

Mozilla

http://www.mozilla.org/

  • 31 users contributed 14,232 commits
  • 4.3% of users
  • 51.8% of commits, impacts 9.56 of 10.22

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

Korean Rust User Group

http://rust-kr.org/

  • 6 users contributed 267 commits
  • 0.8% of users
  • 1.0% of commits, impacts 5.59 of 10.22

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

Samsung Electronics

http://www.samsung.com/

  • 14 users contributed 259 commits
  • 1.9% of users
  • 0.9% of commits, impacts 5.56 of 10.22

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

Unidentified

Strange emails...

  • 4 users contributed 5 commits
  • 0.6% of users
  • 0.0% of commits, impacts 1.61 of 10.22

Members are: asdf unknown chitra unknown

Mergers

  • 34 users merged 6077 commits
  • 22.1% of commits, but not counted in total

Members are:

Author Index

Authors

Brian Anderson

Groups:
Active users Mozilla
Commit Count:
4862 (#1.0)
Commit Rate:
17.7%
Commit Impact:
8.49 of 10.22
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Commits

  • b8e7c4f: 2014-10-29 -0700 mk: Clean just one llvm build at a time. Closes #17852
    When building for multiple targets, the initial 'make' invocation always fails. The missing build stamp causes clean-llvm to be invoked, but clean-llvm cleans *all* llvm builds. So what happens is that 1) all llvm's are cleaned (a no-op), 2) llvm-${target1} builds, 3) all llvm's are cleaned (deleting llvm-${target1}), 4) llvm-${target2} is built, 5) the remaining build for ${target1} fails because llvm does not exist. This makes the clean operation only clean the correct llvm build. Should greatly reduce bot failures.
  • 9106546: 2014-10-28 -0700 Long lines
  • e59355b: 2014-10-27 -0700 Untabify rustup.sh
  • 5c92a8e: 2014-10-09 -0700 Use the same html_root_url for all docs
  • afc1b20: 2014-10-09 -0700 Bump version to 0.13.0
  • 6beddcf ba4081a 2288f33 d2856f8 c1db2fb bad7ecb ea4d5d2 03ad7e7 25e81d2 b534bb4 40ce87f 887da8d 0f75b29 bdeb1d7 2acd6b7 and other 4842 commits.

Patrick Walton

Groups:
Active users Mozilla
Commit Count:
2782 (#2.0)
Commit Rate:
10.1%
Commit Impact:
7.93 of 10.22
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Commits

  • aa242e7: 2014-10-27 -0700 libcore: Inline atomic constructors.
    Servo really wants this.
  • 416e6ec: 2014-10-16 -0700 libstd: Inline more methods on bitflags.(...)
  • f7fb387: 2014-10-10 -0700 librustc: Improve method autoderef/deref/index behavior more, and enable `IndexMut` on mutable vectors.(...)
  • 1498814: 2014-10-08 -0700 librustc: Forbid duplicate name bindings in the same parameter or type parameter list.(...)
  • 496cc4c: 2014-09-23 -0700 librustc: Fix up mutability in method autoderefs if incorrect, and prefer `Deref` over `DerefMut` in all other circumstances.(...)
  • 416144b 78e2503 21df9c8 2257e23 5376b1c e9ad12c 7c00d77 5aa264a 9c41064 78a8418 467bea0 a9b929d 1bce869 eb678ff 22179f4 and other 2762 commits.

Graydon Hoare

Other names:
unknown
Groups:
Mozilla
Commit Count:
2129 (#3.0)
Commit Rate:
7.8%
Commit Impact:
7.66 of 10.22
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Commits

Alex Crichton

Groups:
Active users
Commit Count:
1602 (#4.0)
Commit Rate:
5.8%
Commit Impact:
7.38 of 10.22
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Commits

  • 35ad00d: 2014-10-17 -0700 alloc: Make deriving more friendly with Arc
    This adds impls of Eq/Ord/PartialEq/PartialOrd/Show/Default to Arc, and it also removes the `Send + Sync` bound on the `Clone` impl of Arc to make it more deriving-friendly. The `Send + Sync` requirement is still enforce on construction, of course!
  • a33d761: 2014-10-27 -0700 Test fixes and rebase conflicts from rollup
  • 398b287: 2014-10-23 -0700 Register new snapshots(...)
  • 96445a5: 2014-10-19 -0700 Test fixes and rebase conflicts
  • 9d5d97b: 2014-10-14 -0700 Remove a large amount of deprecated functionality(...)
  • fb169d5 c56c9fc f7b5470 5b043d7 18e4129 dae48a0 0b51711 a3e8f41 d03a4b0 9c09c94 01d58fe 1bfe450 831f909 b8fb0cf d3eaf32 and other 1582 commits.

Tim Chevalier

Groups:
Mozilla
Commit Count:
1384 (#5.0)
Commit Rate:
5.0%
Commit Impact:
7.23 of 10.22
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Commits

Niko Matsakis

Groups:
Active users Mozilla
Commit Count:
1236 (#6.0)
Commit Rate:
4.5%
Commit Impact:
7.12 of 10.22
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Commits

  • 1da73ff: 2014-10-28 -0400 Avoid O(n^2) performance by reconsidering the full set of obligations only when we are about to report an error (#18208). I found it is still important to consider the full set in order to make tests like `let x: Vec<_> = obligations.iter().collect()` work.
  • 4a8d712: 2014-10-24 -0400 Use type-safe wrapper for TypeFlags
  • de06faf: 2014-10-22 -0400 Use local cache when there are unbound type variables and where clauses in scope.(...)
  • 7b02185: 2014-10-21 -0400 Add test for issue #17594
  • aeba2cc: 2014-10-21 -0400 Adjust orphan rules to consider all input types, not just self type.(...)
  • b066d09 646ec7d 53ede44 450263d e09fc03 7f8ca53 df714cf 98e237a dad2db7 1562d8c 5c505b7 e6a1936 04386f4 f4a7d32 7876cf9 and other 1216 commits.

Marijn Haverbeke

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Commit Count:
1007 (#7.0)
Commit Rate:
3.7%
Commit Impact:
6.91 of 10.22
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Commits

Daniel Micay

Groups:
Active users
Commit Count:
751 (#8.0)
Commit Rate:
2.7%
Commit Impact:
6.62 of 10.22
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Commits

Erick Tryzelaar

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Commit Count:
641 (#9.0)
Commit Rate:
2.3%
Commit Impact:
6.46 of 10.22
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Commits

Huon Wilson

Groups:
Active users
Commit Count:
603 (#10.0)
Commit Rate:
2.2%
Commit Impact:
6.4 of 10.22
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Commits

Michael Sullivan

Groups:
Mozilla
Commit Count:
428 (#11.0)
Commit Rate:
1.6%
Commit Impact:
6.06 of 10.22
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Commits

Eric Holk

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Commit Count:
414 (#12.0)
Commit Rate:
1.5%
Commit Impact:
6.03 of 10.22
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Commits

Ben Blum

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Commit Count:
352 (#13.0)
Commit Rate:
1.3%
Commit Impact:
5.86 of 10.22
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Commits

John Clements

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Commit Count:
309 (#14.0)
Commit Rate:
1.1%
Commit Impact:
5.73 of 10.22
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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.

Corey Richardson

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Commit Count:
301 (#15.0)
Commit Rate:
1.1%
Commit Impact:
5.71 of 10.22
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Commits

Lindsey Kuper

Groups:
Mozilla
Commit Count:
287 (#16.0)
Commit Rate:
1.0%
Commit Impact:
5.66 of 10.22
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Commits

Luqman Aden

Groups:
Active users Mozilla
Commit Count:
284 (#17.0)
Commit Rate:
1.0%
Commit Impact:
5.65 of 10.22
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Commits

Felix S. Klock II

Groups:
Active users
Commit Count:
237 (#18.0)
Commit Rate:
0.9%
Commit Impact:
5.47 of 10.22
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Commits

  • 6f1e627: 2014-10-09 +0200 config.mk: Added variants of `valopt`/`opt` that do not automatically `putvar`.
    Used aforementioned variants to extract options that have explicit `putvar` calls associated with them in the subsequent code. When the explicit `putvar` call was conditional on some potentially complex condition, moved the `putvar` call out to the main control flow of the script so that it always runs if necessary. ---- As a driveby fix, captured the error exit when doing the test run of `rustc --version` from `CFG_LOCAL_RUST_ROOT`, and signal explicit configure failure when it did not run successfully. (If we cannot run `rustc`, we really shouldn't try to keep going.) ---- Finally, in response to review feedback, went through and identified cases where we had been calling `putvar` manually (and thus my naive translation used `opt_nosave`/`valopt_nosave`), and then verified whether a manual `putvar` was necessary (i.e., was each variable in question manually computed somewhere in the `configure` script). In cases that did not meet this criteria, I revised the code to use the `opt`/`valopt` directly and removed the corresponding `putvar`, cleaning things up a teeny bit. ---- Fix #17887.
  • 88de961: 2014-10-17 +0200 Check for borrow of local variable introduced within static block.(...)
  • b26972e: 2014-10-13 +0200 Make bors check that `compiletest` builds from both stage0 and stage1 rustc.(...)
  • b63a18f: 2014-10-11 +0200 compiletest needs to link to native crate, or at least the `rt` library.(...)
  • d1e0f72: 2014-10-06 +0200 Add example to doc for `slice::ImmutableSlice::binary_search`.(...)
  • ad0cdef b1f7d3a b0b4851 43c326e 9434920 c3ce245 97e82cc db0e71f 575ea18 8a80e0f a9b1a3b 4c2ff0a d320235 8f50428 fc4f6ed and other 217 commits.

Jeff Olson

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Commit Count:
236 (#19.0)
Commit Rate:
0.9%
Commit Impact:
5.46 of 10.22
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Commits

Rafael Ávila de Espíndola

Other names:
Rafael Avila de Espindola
Groups:
Mozilla
Commit Count:
223 (#20.0)
Commit Rate:
0.8%
Commit Impact:
5.41 of 10.22
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Commits

Kevin Ballard

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Commit Count:
219 (#21.0)
Commit Rate:
0.8%
Commit Impact:
5.39 of 10.22
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Commits

blake2-ppc

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Commit Count:
204 (#22.0)
Commit Rate:
0.7%
Commit Impact:
5.32 of 10.22
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Commits

  • 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.

Steven Fackler

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Active users
Commit Count:
202 (#23.0)
Commit Rate:
0.7%
Commit Impact:
5.31 of 10.22
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Commits

Steve Klabnik

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Commit Count:
197 (#24.0)
Commit Rate:
0.7%
Commit Impact:
5.28 of 10.22
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Commits

  • 6ac7fc7: 2014-10-28 -0400 Update infrastructure for fail -> panic
    This includes updating the language items and marking what needs to change after a snapshot. If you do not use the standard library, the language items you need to implement have changed. For example: ```rust #[lang = "fail_fmt"] fn fail_fmt() -> ! { loop {} } ``` is now ```rust #[lang = "panic_fmt"] fn panic_fmt() -> ! { loop {} } ``` Related, lesser-implemented language items `fail` and `fail_bounds_check` have become `panic` and `panic_bounds_check`, as well. These are implemented by `libcore`, so it is unlikely (though possible!) that these two renamings will affect you. [breaking-change] Fix test suite
  • 7828c3d: 2014-10-09 -0400 Rename fail! to panic!(...)
  • 72fb8f3: 2014-10-27 -0400 Fix example for BufferedReader(...)
  • b7e177d: 2014-10-27 -0400 update keyword list(...)
  • 4d43d16: 2014-10-27 -0400 Describe doc attribute in the reference(...)
  • 4a74af6 0c3ad8b 8851ec6 f358407 f68d4d3 51c5a8e 557014c 3f1ed86 3610f8f 71f752b 6c5bf9f 85a8b92 16cca6d dc35a53 e2357cf and other 177 commits.

Paul Stansifer

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Commit Count:
172 (#25.0)
Commit Rate:
0.6%
Commit Impact:
5.15 of 10.22
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Commits

Brendan Zabarauskas

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Commit Count:
163 (#26.0)
Commit Rate:
0.6%
Commit Impact:
5.09 of 10.22
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Commits

Eduard Burtescu

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Active users
Commit Count:
154 (#27.0)
Commit Rate:
0.6%
Commit Impact:
5.04 of 10.22
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Commits

Kevin Cantu

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Commit Count:
136 (#28.0)
Commit Rate:
0.5%
Commit Impact:
4.91 of 10.22
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Commits

Jed Davis

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Commit Count:
132 (#29.0)
Commit Rate:
0.5%
Commit Impact:
4.88 of 10.22
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Commits

  • d908302: 2014-03-04 -0800 Fix ICE on statics with fancy nullable enums.
    Closes #8506. The `trans::adt` code for statics uses fields with `C_undef` values to insert alignment padding (because LLVM's own alignment padding isn't always sufficient for aggregate constants), and assumes that all fields in the actual Rust value are represented by non-undef LLVM values, to distinguish them from that padding. But for nullable pointer enums, if non-null variant has fields other than the pointer used as the discriminant, they would be set to undef in the null case, to reflect that they're never accessed. To avoid the obvious conflict between these two items, the latter undefs were wrapped in unary LLVM structs to distinguish them from the former undefs. Except this doesn't actually work -- LLVM, not unreasonably, treats the "wrapped undef" as a regular undef. So this commit just sets all fields to null in the null pointer case of a nullable pointer enum static, because the other fields don't really need to be undef in the first place.
  • 5487f15: 2014-01-09 -0800 Fix ICE on const of nullable enum with fields in null case.(...)
  • 57c1a01: 2013-11-26 -0800 Remove enum struct return workaround from LLVM bindings.
  • 7920772: 2013-11-26 -0800 Remove the unused obsolete enum_discrim type.
  • 0c04a26: 2013-11-25 -0800 Fix the usual check-fast scoping mistake.
  • 8624d5b 86a710e c0190a9 49f851c ac4644d 472d798 de9bb97 afab330 fcfbfde 92109b1 727731f 01097cb a027f16 c8c0876 ac311ec and other 112 commits.

klutzy

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Korean Rust User Group
Commit Count:
115 (#30.5)
Commit Rate:
0.4%
Commit Impact:
4.74 of 10.22
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Commits

Michael Woerister

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115 (#30.5)
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0.4%
Commit Impact:
4.74 of 10.22
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Commits

Marvin Löbel

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Commit Count:
110 (#32.5)
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0.4%
Commit Impact:
4.7 of 10.22
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Commits

  • 13079c1: 2014-08-14 +0200 Optimized IR generation for UTF-8 and UTF-16 encoding
    - Both can now be inlined and constant folded away - Both can no longer cause failure - Both now return an `Option` instead Removed debug `assert!()`s over the valid ranges of a `char` - It affected optimizations due to unwinding - Char handling is now sound enought that they became uneccessary
  • da6070d: 2014-07-26 +0200 Add a few more derivings to AST types
  • 26a39f2: 2014-07-25 +0200 Refactored syntax::fold.(...)
  • cef4378: 2014-07-20 +0200 Refactoring: Only use `MacroExpander` for expanding outside of `syntax::ext::expand`
  • 94d92e6: 2014-07-19 +0200 Moved `syntax::ext::base::SyntaxEnv` into `syntax::ext::base::ExtCtx`
  • 792fae3 b997de5 24ece07 c356e3b 6200e76 1135966 eb69eb3 3158047 90b3945 142eb68 4840064 0d8ace8 90f9eb3 24b316a 415a043 and other 90 commits.

Roy Frostig

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Mozilla
Commit Count:
110 (#32.5)
Commit Rate:
0.4%
Commit Impact:
4.7 of 10.22
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Commits

  • dda16f8: 2010-09-20 -0700 Add issue #163 testcase to str-append testcase.
  • 3c3421e: 2010-09-20 -0700 When translating vec-append, delay destination string's null-byte-accounting length decrement until the destination string has already been resized. Closes #163.
  • ca14753: 2010-09-07 -0700 Add hashmap tests exercising strings as keys and values. No longer leaks on linux.
  • 5e5112d: 2010-09-07 -0700 Recursively drop a type's parts if the type uses any typarams, since those typarams may represent types that actually require dropping.
  • cf62b54: 2010-09-06 -0700 Add a little pointer-cast helper to dbg.
  • 974092c 4e355ae 1eb2a8b 1fa978e 47e86a0 9481907 0d15ae4 6f52ba7 ecb7fc2 5e77e78 927b2f7 4c1c846 1035ad9 66b5b95 aa30304 and other 90 commits.

Seo Sanghyeon

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Korean Rust User Group Samsung Electronics
Commit Count:
108 (#34.0)
Commit Rate:
0.4%
Commit Impact:
4.68 of 10.22
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Commits

Nick Cameron

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Active users Mozilla
Commit Count:
94 (#35.0)
Commit Rate:
0.3%
Commit Impact:
4.54 of 10.22
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Commits

Björn Steinbrink

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Commit Count:
91 (#36.0)
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0.3%
Commit Impact:
4.51 of 10.22
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Commits

  • 6c18e50: 2014-10-24 +0200 Make MIN_ALIGN a const to allow better optimization
    With MIN_ALIGN as a static, other crates don't have access to its value at compile time, because it is an extern global. That means that the checks against it can't be optimized out, which is rather unfortunate. So let's make it a constant instead.
  • 70fe20a: 2014-10-22 +0200 Fix codegen breaking aliasing rules for functions with sret results( Foo { /* ... */ } fn bar() { let mut foo = Foo { /* ... */ }; foo = func(&mut foo); } ```` We effectively get two mutable references to the same variable `foo` at the same time. One for the parameter `f`, and one for the hidden out-pointer. So we can't just `trans_into` the destination directly, but must use `trans` to get a new temporary slot from which the result can be copied.">...)
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  • fc60797: 2014-10-06 -0700 Fix the most egregious instances of "local ambiguity: multiple parsing options..." error in macros, which often occurs when trying to match parts of Rust syntax. For example, this matcher: `fn $name:ident( $($param:ident : $pty:ty),* )` would fail when parsing `fn foo()`, because macro parser wouldn't realize that an ident cannot start with `)`.(...)
  • a468659: 2014-09-22 -0700 Link libgcc statically on Win64. Allow linking it statically on Win32 with an override.
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  • 31b7d64: 2014-10-14 -0700 rustc: Add deprecation/renaming support for lints
    Since a large number of lints are being renamed for RFC 344, this commit adds some basic deprecation/renaming functionality to the pluggable lint system. It allows a simple mapping of old to new names, and can warn when old names are being used. This change needs to be rolled out in stages. In this commit, the deprecation warning is commented out, but the old name is forwarded to the new one. Once the commit lands and we have generated a new snapshot of the compiler, we can add the deprecation warning and rename all uses of the lints in the rust codebase.
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  • af633ce: 2014-10-02 +0200 native: fix passing errno to parent after fork
    The bitshifts were wrong in that they invoked undefined behavior and only passed the lower byte of the presumed-to-be-32bit errno value. Apparently all actually possible values for errno happen to be easily under 256, so this didn't cause any actual problems. This commit fixes the bitshifts, but doesn't generalize to errno types that aren't 32bit.
  • 1710820: 2014-06-23 +0200 test: readd TMPDIR to LD_LIBRARY_PATH for run-make(...)
  • ff50ce9: 2014-06-22 +0200 libsyntax: don't allow enum structs with no fields(...)
  • 1700f35: 2014-04-07 +0200 libglob: only return dirs for globs ending in /(...)
  • 4051bd9: 2014-04-07 +0200 libglob: allow "." and ".." to be matched(...)
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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.
  • df75a96: 2010-07-23 -0700 Fix LLVM translation of modules.
  • 3f6e8ff: 2010-07-25 -0700 Implement _str.len() to return the number of bytes, rename it to byte_len(), and add a test.
  • 581a95a: 2010-07-24 -0700 Add an int->str conversion function. The test currently fails because string equality isn't implemented.
  • 987589e: 2010-07-24 -0700 Change the destructor-ordering test to use channels instead of a shared mutable object. This test used to take advantage of a hole in the type system that allows objects with destructors to refer to stateful objects.
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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 :/
  • 20213fc: 2013-08-15 -0700 A round of code cleaning for the primary scheduler code. Comments have been updated, a minor amount of support type restructing has happened, methods have been reordered, and some duplicate code has been purged.
  • 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.
  • 066ca17: 2013-08-15 -0700 an attempt at a singleton pausible idle callback for each scheduler. suffers from nondeterministic deadlock and also pending scheduler messages on scheduler shutdown.
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  • 6807349: 2014-07-20 -0700 privacy: Add publically-reexported foreign item to exported item set
    Close #15740
  • 79d1e5d: 2014-03-26 -0400 Support lifetime suggestion for method(...)
  • 13d6c35: 2014-04-08 -0400 Collect move errors before reporting( (), Foo2(num) => (), Foo3 => () } } ``` Errors before the change: ```rust test.rs:10:9: 10:25 error: cannot move out of dereference of `&`-pointer test.rs:10 Foo1(num1, num2) => (), ^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ test.rs:10:9: 10:25 error: cannot move out of dereference of `&`-pointer test.rs:10 Foo1(num1, num2) => (), ^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ test.rs:11:9: 11:18 error: cannot move out of dereference of `&`-pointer test.rs:11 Foo2(num) => (), ^~~~~~~~~ ``` After: ```rust test.rs:9:11: 9:13 error: cannot move out of dereference of `&`-pointer test.rs:9 match *f { ^~ test.rs:10:14: 10:18 note: attempting to move value to here (to prevent the move, you can use `ref num1` to capture value by reference) test.rs:10 Foo1(num1, num2) => (), ^~~~ test.rs:10:20: 10:24 note: and here (use `ref num2`) test.rs:10 Foo1(num1, num2) => (), ^~~~ test.rs:11:14: 11:17 note: and here (use `ref num`) test.rs:11 Foo2(num) => (), ^~~ ``` Close #8064">...)
  • 1d99d37: 2014-03-24 -0400 Visit type parameter in lifetime suggestion(...)
  • 19d913b: 2014-03-22 -0400 Prefer lifetime suggestion over generic error
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  • d28d5b7: 2014-03-11 -0400 Emacs: always jump the cursor if needed on indent
    The rust-mode-indent-line function had a check, which ran after all the calculations for how to indent had already happened, that skipped actually performing the indent if the line was already at the right indentation. Because of that, the cursor did not jump to the indentation if the line wasn't changing. This was particularly annoying if there was nothing but spaces on the line and you were at the beginning of it--it looked like the indent just wasn't working. This removes the check and adds test cases to cover this.
  • d92fdb2: 2014-03-02 -0500 Emacs: Remove README warning of old whitespace bug(...)
  • 04dc3e4: 2014-02-22 -0500 Fix typo in emacs ERT test
  • 55b3c19: 2014-02-22 -0500 Emacs: indent relative to enclosing block(...)
  • 45008f9: 2014-02-22 -0500 Emacs: stay at the correct position when indenting(...)
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    Followup to RFC 57. Fixes #7607 Fixes #8767 Fixes #12729 Fixes #15060
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  • 3431c0a: 2014-10-09 +0200 readme: Link 'Using' wiki page instead of 'Getting started'.
    The Windows-specific instruction under 'Quick Start' linked the wiki article on getting started developing Rust itself, but the quick start is just about obtaining a working Rust installation. The actual wiki page with Windows-specific instructions was difficult to find.
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    Since moving to a downloadable snapshot for stage0, it's been possible to complete the build without compiling code written in ocaml. However, the configure script still required it to be present. This commit changes detection failure to a non-fatal condition, allowing the build to complete on systems without an ocaml compiler. An info message is also made conditional.
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    compiletest: compact "linux" "macos" etc.as "unix". liballoc: remove a superfluous "use". libcollections: remove invocations of deprecated methods in favor of their suggested replacements and use "_" for a loop counter. libcoretest: remove invocations of deprecated methods; also add "allow(deprecated)" for testing a deprecated method itself. libglob: use "cfg_attr". libgraphviz: add a test for one of data constructors. libgreen: remove a superfluous "use". libnum: "allow(type_overflow)" for type cast into u8 in a test code. librustc: names of static variables should be in upper case. libserialize: v[i] instead of get(). libstd/ascii: to_lowercase() instead of to_lower(). libstd/bitflags: modify AnotherSetOfFlags to use i8 as its backend. It will serve better for testing various aspects of bitflags!. libstd/collections: "allow(deprecated)" for testing a deprecated method itself. libstd/io: remove invocations of deprecated methods and superfluous "use". Also add #[test] where it was missing. libstd/num: introduce a helper function to effectively remove invocations of a deprecated method. libstd/path and rand: remove invocations of deprecated methods and superfluous "use". libstd/task and libsync/comm: "allow(deprecated)" for testing a deprecated method itself. libsync/deque: remove superfluous "unsafe". libsync/mutex and once: names of static variables should be in upper case. libterm: introduce a helper function to effectively remove invocations of a deprecated method. We still see a few warnings about using obsoleted native::task::spawn() in the test modules for libsync. I'm not sure how I should replace them with std::task::TaksBuilder and native::task::NativeTaskBuilder (dependency to libstd?) Signed-off-by: NODA, Kai
  • e2fed74: 2014-09-25 +0800 src/doc/README.md: fix a dead link.(...)
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  • d363770: 2014-08-24 +0200 libcore: Simplify Enumerate, Zip::next_back
    Use ExactSize::len() and defer to its decisions about overly defensive assertions. Remove the length double-check and simply put a failure case if the Zip finds an uneven end in .next_back(). Fixing this up since I think I wrote this, and it's been known to confuse rusties (PR#15886).
  • 262d5a4: 2014-08-23 +0200 std: Use concat! and stringify! to simplify the most common assert! case.(...)
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  • 0e1880d: 2014-07-20 +0200 syntax: Join consecutive string literals in format strings together(...)
  • c5e0736: 2014-07-19 +0200 Simplify str CharOffsets iterator(...)
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  • 9115a73: 2014-10-02 +0200 Fix `make TAGS.vi` target
    Remove superfluous parentheses from the CTAGS_LOCATIONS expression. Fixes the following error when executing `make TAGS.vi`: /bin/sh: -c: line 0: syntax error near unexpected token `)'
  • 87ecd4f: 2014-05-31 +0200 libtest: Only colorize output if stdout is a tty(...)
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  • 6b5731e: 2012-04-15 +0800 add inf/-inf/NaN parsing to float::from_str
    add tests for "inf"/"-inf"/"NaN" conversion add tests for "-0." -> -0., "0." -> 0.
  • 2bee613: 2012-04-09 +0800 write out "inf"/"-inf" in float::to_str_common
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  • 7a87258: 2012-03-29 +0800 Rewrite str::push_char in rust.(...)
  • 232c771: 2012-03-28 +0800 python scripts run with Python 2.4 (for RHEL5)
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  • e1d1ad3: 2013-11-13 -0600 Fix issue #8763
    * added case & better error message for "impl trait for module" * used better way to print the module * switched from //error-pattern to //~ ERROR * added compile-fail test trait-impl-for-module.rs * revised compile-fail test trait-or-new-type-instead (the error message for the modified test is still unclear, but that's a different bug) * added FIXME to trait-or-new-type-instead
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  • 7c5d48a: 2014-04-23 -0400 Cleaned up os::consts. The module only exposes constants for the target OS and arch.(...)
  • a00be50: 2014-04-09 -0400 Emit intrinsic lazily
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  • 20a2fbd: 2013-07-09 +0200 I forgot the changes to the docs as well
    Apparently yesterday wasn't my day, and I forgot to add the changes to all the tests apparently, and in the end forgot the docs extra much. Please documentation, forgive me, I really do love you, I hope you forgive me. Next time we'll meet tutorial, I promise to bring cookies and tea. I really want to be best-friends-forever with you, <3. XOXO
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  • 0cf60b6: 2014-09-08 -0700 Bound Any with 'static
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  • 408f484: 2014-04-01 +0800 libtest: rename `BenchHarness` to `Bencher` Closes #12640
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  • 2271860: 2014-03-07 +0800 rename ast::ViewItemExternMod to ast::ViewItemExternCrate, and clean::ExternMod to clean::ExternCrate
  • 1c86179: 2014-03-07 +0800 Explicitly write down 0.1 release date in RELEASES.txt, to confirm Rust's birthday.
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    Signed-off-by: Peter Atashian
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Derek Chiang (Enchi Jiang)

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Damian Gryski

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Victor Berger

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Nathan Typanski

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    This code used to produce the following ICE: error: internal compiler error: get_unique_type_id_of_type() - unexpected type: closure, ty_unboxed_closure(syntax::ast::DefId{krate: 0u32, node: 66u32}, ReScope(63u32)) This is a regression test for issue #17021.
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  • 70cef94: 2014-10-23 +0200 Print stack overflow messages for Windows, Linux and OS X
    Fixes #17562
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  • 65f3578: 2014-02-01 +1100 Rename reserve to reserve_exact and reserve_at_least to reserve
    Changes in std::{str,vec,hashmap} and extra::{priority_queue,ringbuf}. Fixes #11949
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  • b5a02e0: 2013-09-19 +0800 wrapping libuv signal for use in Rust descriptive names easier-to-use api reorganize and document
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  • 785ae90: 2014-10-11 +0200 Fix run-pass/lang-item-public test on FreeBSD
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  • d4b2edc: 2014-09-12 +0200 Use a space after colons per the Rust coding style: https://github.com/rust-lang/rust-guidelines/blob/master/style/whitespace.md
  • 0eedec5: 2014-09-12 +0200 The example code uses trigger_callback(), not do_callback().
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  • 63afc08: 2014-06-28 -0700 Allow external html in rustdoc for crates.
    Updated documentation to reflect md->html. Modularized external file loading.
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  • fdfb9eb: 2014-03-26 +0100 verify-grammar llnextgen
    When calling make verify-grammar a lot of errors are reported by llnextgen. Only simple errors like: missing semicolons, missing single quotes, usage of parentheses instead of squared brackets or usage of single quote instead of double quote are fixed by this patch. This can only be tested, when llnextgen is installed. Signed-off-by: Jan Kobler
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  • 506c71c: 2014-01-24 -0500 Use an absolute path in test_process_output_fail_to_start
    This test is designed to ensure that running a non-existent executable results in a correct error message (FileNotFound in this case of this test). However, if you try to run an executable that doesn't exist, and that requires searching through the $PATH, and one of the $PATH components is not readable, then a PermissionDenied error will be returned, instead of FileNotFound.
  • 24c560a: 2014-01-22 -0500 Set LD_LIBRARY_PATH on linux for c-dynamic-dylib test(...)
  • dc21ca9: 2014-01-11 -0500 "rustpkg prefer" should print the help for '"prefer" not "uninstall"
  • e01abfe: 2014-01-11 -0500 Fix `rustpkg help` handling(" to see some specific usage information for . However, this was handled in a very ad-hoc and buggy manner. For example, running "rustpkg help prefer" would actually show you the usage information for the "uninstall" cmd. This commit attempts to fix this by making Help a real Command, and making the handing of it explicit.">...)
  • 565de31: 2014-01-10 -0500 Re-implement --help in rustpkg(...)

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  • dcd2f73: 2013-03-02 +1000 Fix some struct-tuple def prettyprint issues - Removed space between struct name and parentheses - Fixed indentation of the rest of the file (missing end) - Don't print parentheses for structs with no fields - Added test
  • 6f9eb6a: 2013-02-21 +1000 Implement #[deriving_eq] on tuple like structs
  • 60bd4a5: 2013-02-17 +1000 Removed more capture claueses.
  • 1f4c758: 2013-02-17 +1000 Remove use of capture clause #4965
  • 8ebdb3d: 2013-02-09 +1000 Issue #4830 fix

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  • 08f033b: 2014-07-25 -0400 Sort trait bounds.
    Closes #6334
  • e704561: 2014-02-01 -0500 un-xfail test for #8498 and replace prints w/ asserts
  • 9b1865a: 2014-01-29 -0500 Add a limited prim type lookup for safer const expr evaluation
  • dc30005: 2013-08-29 -0400 Remove the iter module.(...)
  • da559b2: 2013-08-27 -0400 Replace HashUtil w/ default method on Hash

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  • e33b1da: 2013-12-09 -0800 Elaborate manual on matching (dereference patterns, lvalue/rvalue matching)
    Signed-off-by: Edward Z. Yang
  • 6ad1c8e: 2013-12-19 +0800 Generalize item_span into node_span, which works on more types.(...)
  • 4584acd: 2013-12-17 +0800 s/Second borrow/Previous borrow/ in error messages.(">...)
  • b1b905f: 2013-12-15 +0800 Correct definition of lvalues, fixes #10890(...)
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  • b4697f0: 2014-10-24 +0200 Changes a little the description of take in the guide
    Closes #18218
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  • e543878: 2014-09-23 +0200 Replaced some TODO by FIXME(...)
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  • 695114e: 2014-03-16 +0100 rustc: disallow trailing parentheses for nullary enum variants
    Fixes #12560
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  • c3c90d2: 2013-01-21 +0900 doc: fix log level ids

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  • 16bae69: 2014-10-26 +0100 Guide: Closures fix suggested by @cakebaker
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  • eb903b4: 2014-10-25 +0200 Guide: update Testing output and fix contents to match
  • 6a22454: 2014-10-25 +0200 Guide: Cargo now adds bang and drops the semicolon for ‘Hello, world’
  • 019a982: 2014-10-25 +0200 Guide: drop :d formatting where unnecessary

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  • bbe03da: 2013-07-14 -0400 Stripped trailing spaces; Implemented FromIterator for TreeMap and PriorityQueue
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  • 4ff7ef4: 2013-07-14 -0400 Implemented FromIterator for std::hashmap
  • 294999c: 2013-07-06 -0400 Added overloaded Add and Sub traits for pointer arithmetic(...)
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  • b505504: 2013-01-30 -0800 Add test for float::round
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  • 6f25341: 2013-07-24 -0400 Move/delete old tests that change behavior
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  • bb51a84: 2013-01-11 -0600 Add support for Ubuntu named clang packages.
    Ubuntu's clang packages have additional information appended to the end of the version. - Building Rust v0.5 with clang v3.0-6ubuntu3 fails. - Building Rust v0.5 and incoming with clang v3.1-5ppa (backported from Debian) works. Closes #4441.
  • 60184d1: 2013-01-21 -0600 Update documentation with examples for various int, vec methods.(...)
  • 04d38f3: 2013-01-21 -0600 minor int-template.rs cleanup
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  • 5cfde77: 2013-01-10 -0600 Rename memcpy, memmove, memset to prevent any confusion with the C equivalents.(...)

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  • 0dadd3c: 2014-09-04 -0500 Auto-derive Clone for syntax::diagnostic::Level.
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  • 8658a43: 2014-01-21 -0600 Allow SIMD types in generics. Closes #10604
  • fa36de3: 2013-12-10 -0600 Fixed a minor typo.

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  • 6c83fe4: 2012-12-15 +0000 Add more tests
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  • 856dbac: 2012-12-15 +0000 Use the same logic for _ and [..tail] when checking reachability
  • 1968cb3: 2012-12-08 +0000 Add support for destructuring vectors in match expressions

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  • d257b37: 2014-10-21 -0400 Guide: motivate Box and Rc pointers with need, uses, benefits, and examples.
    Explain that Rust has different pointer types because there is a tradeoff between flexibility and efficiency. Motivate boxes as fixed-size containers of variable-sized objects. Clarify that Box and Rc are pointer types that you deref with * just like references. Stick to explaining the semantics and avoid implementation details. Scope isn't the most accurate framework to think about deallocation (since you return boxes and otherwise move values out of scopes); it's more "when the value is done being used," i.e., lifetime. Provide a connection between Rust's pointer types by locating them on a flexibiltiy / performance scale. Explain the compiler can't statically analyze lifetimes with multiple owners; hence the need for (runtime) reference counting.
  • f0b7065: 2014-10-19 -0400 Guide: articulate the advantages of ownership over garbage collection.(...)
  • 1ce5a56: 2014-10-11 -0400 Guide: develop the exposition of arrays, vectors, and slices.(...)
  • ed7d1be: 2014-10-12 -0400 Guide: specify that both shared and mutable borrows can be re-lent.
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  • ef23d77: 2012-09-26 +0200 fix issue #3535 and add colon between mode and type when dumping funcion prototype
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