eg1290 at gmail.com
Wed Jun 4 22:06:15 PDT 2014
The thought-process is (as I know it)
A) Taking things out is hard, and breaks code
B) 1.0 should be stable, and supported without breakage for a long time
C) Adding things is pretty easy, and doesn't break code
D) A stable release should happen as soon as is reasonable, to get Rust
used and tested in production enviroments with production code
*Therefore, *get the language in a state that's as minimal as possible, so
things can be added, but not removed.
On Wed, Jun 4, 2014 at 11:54 PM, Suminda Dharmasena <sirinath at sakrio.com>
> My thinking is that not to be too premature to get to version 1.0.
> My feeling is that there are still quite a few areas where the language
> syntax and features can evolve before version 1.0
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