[rust-dev] Migrating libs out of rust-lang/rust
erick.tryzelaar at gmail.com
Tue Jul 29 16:19:18 PDT 2014
One additional way for us to say inside rust itself if a library is
officially supported would be for us to the #[experimental] / #[unstable] /
#[stable] / etc tags inside the https://github.com/rust-lang/ libraries.
#[experimental] libraries may or may not survive, but #[unstable] and above
will probably be around in one form or another.
On Tue, Jul 29, 2014 at 4:11 PM, Alex Crichton <alex at crichton.co> wrote:
> Currently the threshold for being "officially supported" will be one
> of being in the rust-lang organization or being on the travis
> dashboard. At this time there are no plans to have an in-tree way to
> distinguish, although I suspect that a README with a description would
> likely suffice.
> On Tue, Jul 29, 2014 at 3:45 PM, Thad Guidry <thadguidry at gmail.com> wrote:
> > [snip]
> >> 2. A status page  is provided to get a quick glance at the status of
> >> all
> >> officially supported repositories.
> >> The amount of infrastructure around keeping these repositories up to
> >> will likely change over time, but this is the current starting point for
> >> automation.
> >> : https://github.com/rust-lang/hexfloat/blob/master/.travis.yml
> >> : http://buildbot.rust-lang.org/travis/travis.html
> > So going forward...
> > Where can we look in source / folders / files ... to see what is an
> > "officially supported repository" and what is not ? Let's say I don't
> > to have to look at the Travis view for that info, but just look at
> source to
> > figure this out.
> > --
> > -Thad
> > +ThadGuidry
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