Watching Rust evolve - ?changelog

The introductory book; docs; and other references, are extraordinary as an introduction. So, thanks to those putting in the effort into those.

Is there a simple way to see the difference in Rust over time?.. Is there a changelog or a feature perhaps via GitHub that does this naturally?? I wonder having some simple summary every quarter, suggesting what new features and changes have occurred, could be really useful. is one site which has a weekly changelog of features and breaking changes made in rust. It hasn't been happening for that long, but it's a nice weekly update on what's happening. is a good general overview of what's happened for each release. Since these are on a schedule of every 6 weeks, this sounds like what you're looking for if you want to look into Rust's past.

Are you interested mostly in future changes or changes that occurred in rust before 1.0?

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I just updated archaea to account for the last 2 years of work.


I like how foreach-nested, the first one I looked at, goes from using for each loops and a generator... to function calls with closures, completely removing all explicit loops. :stuck_out_tongue:

Just curious about awareness of future changes.. want to avoid reading another book but want to make use of new features and note any unstable that become stable.

I was looking for something like - and then that with an option to set the start date. So, the diff of what I knew at date() to now().

The is good.

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I sometimes wonder whether we can expect some syntactical sugar to be added to the language.
Is the syntax considered frozen or might there be some changes over time? Always in a backward compatible manner of course.