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  1. The Servo Browser Engine

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  2. A bunch of lints to catch common mistakes and improve your Rust code

    Rust 6.1k 835

  3. Empowering everyone to build reliable and efficient software.

    Rust 57k 8.1k

  4. Read-only Git mirror of the Mercurial gecko repositories at How to contribute:

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  5. Simple tracing (mark and sweep) garbage collector for Rust

    Rust 596 37

Contribution activity

July 2021

Created 3 repositories

Created a pull request in unicode-org/icu4x that received 42 comments

Add custom derive for Yokeable and ZCF

Fixes #761 This doesn't add the DataStruct custom derive, but it comes close. In the interest of not moving all of our source to pure-zerocopy data…

+841 −447 42 comments
Reviewed 56 pull requests in 12 repositories
unicode-org/icu4x 17 pull requests
rust-diplomat/diplomat 15 pull requests
rust-lang/ 5 pull requests
rust-lang/team 4 pull requests
rust-lang/rust 4 pull requests
rust-lang/rust-clippy 3 pull requests
immersive-web/webxr 2 pull requests
rust-lang/governance 2 pull requests
Manishearth/rust-gc 1 pull request
immersive-web/webxr-hand-input 1 pull request
zbraniecki/tinystr 1 pull request
unicode-org/unicodetools 1 pull request

Created an issue in rust-lang/unsafe-code-guidelines that received 15 comments

Is repr(transparent) completely transparent within repr(Rust) types?

repr(transparent) exists which makes it safe to cast references between e.g. MaybeUninit<T> and T Does this extend to repr(Rust) types containing r…


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