That’s a bit macabre, don’t you think?
Ah, poor Tucker.
Evaluating Rust for a new game company’s first title. Is this madness?!
– hoelle on /r/rust
Transmuting an & to &mut is UB:
- Transmuting an & to &mut is always UB
- No you can’t do it
- No you’re not special
– Gankro (?) on the Rustonomicon
I lolled so hard.
all i know is that rust has one of the more hardworking compilers i’ve
ever encountered. no matter how much i swear at it, i actually love it
“Can we have the safety of rust by making a library?”
— Unnamed questioner at Bjarne Stroustrup’s “Writing Good C++” CppCon 2015 Talk (paraphrased by MattWoelk on /r/rust)
Cheers to safer systems programming for everyone!
“/u/eddyb” terminated by signal SIGSEGV (Segmentation fault)
eddyb on /r/programming answering a post from Herb Sutter. Seriously, read the whole thread, it’s pure gold.
If one regards Rust as a critique to C++, it certainly should be seen as a constructive critique.
I’m all for this one, it expresses a lot about the Rust community very neatly and is in my opinion one of the reasons Rust is often spoken about and with in many circles.
14:19 <&Manishearth> acrichto: android builder is asleep?
14:19 <&Manishearth> https://github.com/rust-lang/rust/pull/28689#issuecomment-143543422
14:40 < benh> what do android buildbots dream of?
My first impression from first 30 minutes [of C++ Core Guidelines presentation]: guys just came from cryo chamber and tried to reinvent Rust in a C++ lib plus style checker.
C++ Core Guidelines
While this tweet is a few weeks old I still think it’s worth a mention
It misses at least two borrow checker passes.
< tyoverby> When is rust 2.0 scheduled to come out? < durka42> once pigs implement the Fly trait
<SuperFluffy> I am always impressed with people who are hanging around the IRC and helping random guys like me. How do you get any work done? :) <@steveklabnik> i am highly multithreaded
War is Unsafe
Freedom is Safety
Ignorance is Type-checked
(The new trifecta for rust-lang.org)
Overheard at the PDXRust meetup, when a new user (Joe Fraley) was asked if he had questions about the book:
“Once I’ve figured out the right question to ask, the problem is almost solved”