Getting started with Rust: Presentation and installation

Hello, today we are going to talk about Rust. “You are speaking about it quite often, aren’t you?” Indeed, more reason to introduce it properly, right? “OK, we are listening… Read more

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Announcing Rust 1.14

The Rust team is happy to announce the latest version of Rust, 1.14.0. Rust is a systems programming language focused on safety, speed, and concurrency.

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Rust roadmap for 2017 got merged

This RFC proposes the 2017 Rust Roadmap, in accordance with RFC 1728. The goal of the roadmap is to lay out a vision for where the Rust project should be in a year's time. This year's focus is improving Rust's productivity, while retaining its emphasis on...

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Writing an OS in Rust: Double Faults

In this post we explore double faults in detail. We also set up an Interrupt Stack Table to catch double faults on a separate kernel stack. This way, we can completely prevent triple faults, even on kernel stack overflow.

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Rust in 2017: what we achieved

Rust’s development in 2017 fit into a single overarching theme: increasing productivity, especially for newcomers to Rust. From tooling to libraries to documentation to the core language, we wanted to make it easier to get things done with Rust. That desi... (more…)

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