Wrapper Types in Rust: Choosing Your Guarantees

This post is now a part of the official rust book In my previous post I talked a bit about why the RWlock pattern is important for
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Rust is Software’s Salvation

After the post by Steve Klabnik, “Rust is more than safety”, and a reply by Graydon Hoare, “Rust is mostly safety” - I thought it wise to throw my opinion into the mix, whether warranted or not. This is going to be a long article, which I hope rai...

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A Possible New Back End for Rust

Is that a compiler backend or frontend? Cranelift Bringing this together Benchmarks Footnotes LLVM originally stood for Low Level Virtual Machine but this was dropped as LLVM is no longer a virtual machine and more of a library of utilities. https://githu... (more…)

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The Problem of Effects in Rust

In a previous post, I shortly discussed the concept of “effects” and the parallels between them. In an unrelated post since then, Yosh Wuyts writes about the problem of trying to write fallible code inside of an iterator adapter that doesn’t support it. I... (more…)

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