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  • #11
    Originally posted by Vistaus View Post

    And kernels written in Rust :P
    Ummmm no. Rust is brilliant at avoiding most of the sh*t that plagues C/C++ code but it doesn't magically fix your algorithms for you. A kernel written in Rust can still corrupt your filesystem, fail to check access control properly, forget to reset internal data structures for you etc. No language in the world can guarantee "unbreakable" code by itself.

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    • #12
      Originally posted by jacob View Post

      Ummmm no. Rust is brilliant at avoiding most of the sh*t that plagues C/C++ code but it doesn't magically fix your algorithms for you. A kernel written in Rust can still corrupt your filesystem, fail to check access control properly, forget to reset internal data structures for you etc. No language in the world can guarantee "unbreakable" code by itself.
      Dude, look at the emoticon I put behind my sentence. In other words: it was just a joke and most people on Phoronix will get why I made the joke :P

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