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Rust 1.32 Improves Tracing, Modules, Macros, and More


Jan 23, 2019 9:00 AM 1+ mon ago

Rust 1.32 includes a number of new language features meant to improve developer experience when tracing the execution of programs for debugging purposes. Additionally, it now uses the system allocator by default, completes work on the module system to make it easier to use, and more.Read more.

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