Rust Programming Language 1.8 Released
Written by Michael Larabel in Programming on 14 April 2016 at 01:22 PM EDT. 12 Comments
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Rust 1.8 has been declared stable by the team working on this increasingly popular programming language focused on safety, speed, and concurrency.

Changes with Rust 1.8 include work on replacing their Make-based build system with one using Cargo, operator-equals operators can now be overloaded via traits, a small change to handling of structs with no fields, and library stabilizations. Some of the RUst 1.8 library work include improvements to CString, UTF-16 related string methods, and other changes. Some improvements to Cargo were also made for Rust 1.8.

More details on the Rust 1.8 release can be found via Rust-Lang.org.
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