Rust 1.36 Brings Offline Support In Cargo, Stable Alloc Crate
Written by Michael Larabel in Programming on 4 July 2019 at 10:17 AM EDT. 98 Comments
The Rust language team is marking this US Independence Day by rolling out Rust 1.36.

Rust 1.36 brings a stabilized Future trait, the Alloc crate as the core allocation and collections library has been marked stable, a new "--offline" argument for Cargo for offline usage, and various other library changes.

Those wanting to learn more about Rust 1.36 can do so via today's announcement at Rust 1.36 is another step on their 2019 road-map over finishing up long-standing requests and continuing to improve the overall quality of the language and associated tooling.
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