Rust Lang 1.6 Stabilizes Libraries
Written by Michael Larabel in Programming on 21 January 2016 at 05:57 PM EST. 5 Comments
The Mozilla-backed crew working on the Rust programming language announced the release today of Rust v1.6 as their first new version of 2016.

Rust 1.6 stabilizes the libcore portion of Rust's standard library, other library stabilizations took place, now disallows wildcars, and there are various other changes and improvements.

More details on this afternoon's Rust 1.6 release can be found via the announcement.
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