Stable Rust Reference book updates

My understanding is that the Stable Reference book (Introduction - The Rust Reference) is regularly updated from the Nightly versions of the book
(Introduction - The Rust Reference) whose content can be found as master branch of GitHub - rust-lang/reference: The Rust Reference

That said, what would be the best way to compare the current Stable Rust Reference book versus its content from 6 months ago ? Are there archived versions of past Stable versions of the Reference book or is this only considered a "moving target" and only its last state is available ?

(The reason I ask is because I would like to check what were the latest official adjustments on this official/stable version of the (stable) rust reference book )



Beyond looking at git diffs with hand picked commits, I don't think there's a way to check the diff between the book at two given dates :confused:

URLs like do work. The URL changes slightly around 1.17, but other than that, it goes all the way back to Even further… something like works, too.

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