Rust 1.33 Released With Pinning, Library Stabilizations
Written by Michael Larabel in Programming on 28 February 2019 at 07:30 PM EST. 20 Comments
PROGRAMMING --
Golang 1.12 was released earlier this week while in the modern programming language spotlight today is the release of Rust 1.33.

The Rust 1.33 release brings const fn functionality improvements, the concept of pinning memory to guarantee their memory placement goes unchanged, importing an item as _, library stabilization work, and Cargo improvements.

More details on Rust 1.33 via Rust-Lang.org.
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