[rust-dev] Rust 0.11.0 Released

Benjamin Striegel ben.striegel at gmail.com
Wed Jul 2 14:42:21 PDT 2014

Well done! 1.0 draws closer every day. I'm giddy with anticipation.

On Wed, Jul 2, 2014 at 2:07 PM, Alex Crichton <alex at crichton.co> wrote:

> Mozilla and the Rust community are pleased to announce version 0.11.0 of
> the Rust compiler and tools. Rust is a systems programming language with a
> focus on safety, performance and concurrency.
> While this was a very active development cycle, it was largely focused on
> polishing the type system and libraries. The major technical focuses this
> time were implementing infrastructure for dynamically sized types and
> refactoring the standard library. This release also marks the complete
> removal of the `~` and `@` syntax in favor of library types `Box` and
> `Gc`.
> The brief release notes are included in this announcement, and there is
> further explanation in the detailed release [notes] on the wiki.
> Documentation and all the links in this email are available on the
> [website]. As usual, version 0.11.0 should be considered an alpha release,
> suitable for early adopters and language enthusiasts. Please file [bugs]
> and join the [fun].
> [website]: http://www.rust-lang.org
> [notes]: https://github.com/mozilla/rust/wiki/Doc-detailed-release-notes
> [bugs]: https://github.com/mozilla/rust/issues
> [fun]:
> https://github.com/mozilla/rust/wiki/Note-guide-for-new-contributors
> Source
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> Thanks to everyone who contributed!
> Regards,
> The Rust Team
> Version 0.11.0 (July 2014)
> -------------------------
>   * ~1700 changes, numerous bugfixes
>   * Language
>     * ~[T] has been removed from the language. This type is superseded by
>       the Vec<T> type.
>     * ~str has been removed from the language. This type is superseded by
>       the String type.
>     * ~T has been removed from the language. This type is superseded by the
>       Box<T> type.
>     * @T has been removed from the language. This type is superseded by the
>       standard library's std::gc::Gc<T> type.
>     * Struct fields are now all private by default.
>     * Vector indices and shift amounts are both required to be a `uint`
>       instead of any integral type.
>     * Byte character, byte string, and raw byte string literals are now all
>       supported by prefixing the normal literal with a `b`.
>     * Multiple ABIs are no longer allowed in an ABI string
>     * The syntax for lifetimes on closures/procedures has been tweaked
>       slightly: `<'a>|A, B|: 'b + K -> T`
>     * Floating point modulus has been removed from the language; however it
>       is still provided by a library implementation.
>     * Private enum variants are now disallowed.
>     * The `priv` keyword has been removed from the language.
>     * A closure can no longer be invoked through a &-pointer.
>     * The `use foo, bar, baz;` syntax has been removed from the language.
>     * The transmute intrinsic no longer works on type parameters.
>     * Statics now allow blocks/items in their definition.
>     * Trait bounds are separated from objects with + instead of : now.
>     * Objects can no longer be read while they are mutably borrowed.
>     * The address of a static is now marked as insignificant unless the
>       #[inline(never)] attribute is placed it.
>     * The #[unsafe_destructor] attribute is now behind a feature gate.
>     * Struct literals are no longer allowed in ambiguous positions such as
>       if, while, match, and for..in.
>     * Declaration of lang items and intrinsics are now feature-gated by
>       default.
>     * Integral literals no longer default to `int`, and floating point
>       literals no longer default to `f64`. Literals must be suffixed with
> an
>       appropriate type if inference cannot determine the type of the
>       literal.
>     * The Box<T> type is no longer implicitly borrowed to &mut T.
>     * Procedures are now required to not capture borrowed references.
>   * Libraries
>     * The standard library is now a "facade" over a number of underlying
>       libraries. This means that development on the standard library should
>       be speeder due to smaller crates, as well as a clearer line between
>       all dependencies.
>     * A new library, libcore, lives under the standard library's facade
>       which is Rust's "0-assumption" library, suitable for embedded and
>       kernel development for example.
>     * A regex crate has been added to the standard distribution. This crate
>       includes statically compiled regular expressions.
>     * The unwrap/unwrap_err methods on Result require a Show bound for
>       better error messages.
>     * The return types of the std::comm primitives have been centralized
>       around the Result type.
>     * A number of I/O primitives have gained the ability to time out their
>       operations.
>     * A number of I/O primitives have gained the ability to close their
>       reading/writing halves to cancel pending operations.
>     * Reverse iterator methods have been removed in favor of `rev()` on
>       their forward-iteration counterparts.
>     * A bitflags! macro has been added to enable easy interop with C and
>       management of bit flags.
>     * A debug_assert! macro is now provided which is disabled when
>       `--cfg ndebug` is passed to the compiler.
>     * A graphviz crate has been added for creating .dot files.
>     * The std::cast module has been migrated into std::mem.
>     * The std::local_data api has been migrated from freestanding functions
>       to being based on methods.
>     * The Pod trait has been renamed to Copy.
>     * jemalloc has been added as the default allocator for types.
>     * The API for allocating memory has been changed to use proper
> alignment
>       and sized deallocation
>     * Connecting a TcpStream or binding a TcpListener is now based on a
>       string address and a u16 port. This allows connecting to a hostname
> as
>       opposed to an IP.
>     * The Reader trait now contains a core method, read_at_least(), which
>       correctly handles many repeated 0-length reads.
>     * The process-spawning API is now centered around a builder-style
>       Command struct.
>     * The :? printing qualifier has been moved from the standard library to
>       an external libdebug crate.
>     * Eq/Ord have been renamed to PartialEq/PartialOrd. TotalEq/TotalOrd
>       have been renamed to Eq/Ord.
>     * The select/plural methods have been removed from format!. The escapes
>       for { and } have also changed from \{ and \} to {{ and }},
>       respectively.
>     * The TaskBuilder API has been re-worked to be a true builder, and
>       extension traits for spawning native/green tasks have been added.
>   * Tooling
>     * All breaking changes to the language or libraries now have their
>       commit message annotated with `[breaking-change]` to allow for easy
>       discovery of breaking changes.
>     * The compiler will now try to suggest how to annotate lifetimes if a
>       lifetime-related error occurs.
>     * Debug info continues to be improved greatly with general bug fixes
> and
>       better support for situations like link time optimization (LTO).
>     * Usage of syntax extensions when cross-compiling has been fixed.
>     * Functionality equivalent to GCC & Clang's -ffunction-sections,
>       -fdata-sections and --gc-sections has been enabled by default
>     * The compiler is now stricter about where it will load module files
>       from when a module is declared via `mod foo;`.
>     * The #[phase(syntax)] attribute has been renamed to #[phase(plugin)].
>       Syntax extensions are now discovered via a "plugin registrar" type
>       which will be extended in the future to other various plugins.
>     * Lints have been restructured to allow for dynamically loadable lints.
>     * A number of rustdoc improvements:
>       * The HTML output has been visually redesigned.
>       * Markdown is now powered by hoedown instead of sundown.
>       * Searching heuristics have been greatly improved.
>       * The search index has been reduced in size by a great amount.
>       * Cross-crate documentation via `pub use` has been greatly improved.
>       * Primitive types are now hyperlinked and documented.
>     * Documentation has been moved from static.rust-lang.org/doc to
>       doc.rust-lang.org
>     * A new sandbox, play.rust-lang.org, is available for running and
>       sharing rust code examples on-line.
>     * Unused attributes are now more robustly warned about.
>     * The dead_code lint now warns about unused struct fields.
>     * Cross-compiling to iOS is now supported.
>     * Cross-compiling to mipsel is now supported.
>     * Stability attributes are now inherited by default and no longer apply
>       to intra-crate usage, only inter-crate usage.
>     * Error message related to non-exhaustive match expressions have been
>       greatly improved.
> Contributors to Rust 0.11.0
> ---------------------------
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