Following up from the last post, there is a lot more we need to cover. This was intended to be the post where we talk exclusively about benchmarks and numbers. But, I have unfortunately been perfectly taunted and status-locked
I will no longer be speaking at RustConf 2023 about A (Possible) Future for Compile-Time Programming.
Previously, an article made the rounds concerning Undefined behavior that made the usual Rust crowd go nuts and the usual C and C++ people get grumpy that someone Did Not Understand the Finer Points and Nuance of Their Brilliant Language. So, as usual, it’s time for me to do what I do best
Last time we talked about encodings, we went in with a C++-like design where we proved that
It’s That Blog Post. The release one, where we round up all the last of the features approved since the last time I blogged. If you’re