Rust Language 0.10 Released With Big Improvements
Written by Michael Larabel in Compiler on 3 April 2014 at 04:45 PM EDT. 33 Comments
Version 0.10 of Rust is not out from the Mozilla community and it's a huge update.

Rust 0.10 of the system programming language focused on performance and concurrency has a lot of new language functionality with this brand new release, including a brand new web-site. Rust 0.10 removes the libextra library, introduces cross-crate syntax extensions and macros, improves the smart pointer experience, improves I/O error handling, and there's numerous other enhancements.

Developers looking at the Rust programming language can find out more version 0.10 details from the developer mailing list and the detailed release notes. Those learning about Mozilla's Rust programming language for the first time should read more Phoronix, but can get up to speed by visiting Rust-Lang.org.
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