Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 23rd Jan 2012 22:10 UTC
General Development "Today Mozilla and the Rust community are releasing version 0.1 of the Rust compiler and associated tools. Rust is a strongly-typed systems programming language with a focus on memory safety and concurrency. This is the initial release of the compiler after a multi-year development cycle focusing on self-hosting, implementation of major features, and solidifying the syntax. Version 0.1 should be considered an alpha release, suitable for early adopters and language enthusiasts. It's nifty, but it will still eat your laundry."
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RE: on the heels of clay
by l3v1 on Tue 24th Jan 2012 08:59 UTC in reply to "on the heels of clay"
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From what I saw, rust isn't garbage collected.

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RE[2]: on the heels of clay
by shmerl on Tue 24th Jan 2012 15:36 in reply to "RE: on the heels of clay"
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Garbage collection is optional there.

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RE[3]: on the heels of clay
by bnolsen on Tue 24th Jan 2012 23:56 in reply to "RE[2]: on the heels of clay"
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Rust does do include garbage collection. it's just that reference counting is "preferred" (clay only supplies explicit reference count semantics).

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