Closes #13313 (Fix typo in README.md) Closes #13311 (Fix inner attribute syntax from `#[foo];` to `#![foo]`) Closes #13309 (Add stdlib docs to the Linux binary tarball.) Closes #13308 (syntax: remove obsolete mutability from ExprVec and ExprRepeat.) Closes #13306 (TrieSet should impl Set/MutableSet; add with_capacity to PriorityQueue/SmallIntMap) Closes #13303 (Register new snapshots) Closes #13274 (Added grow_fn and retain to Vec) *Issues Closed* Closes #13249
From the 0.10 changelog: * The inner attribute syntax has changed from `#[foo];` to `#![foo]`.
`RefCell::get` can be a bit surprising, because it actually clones the wrapped value. This removes `RefCell::get` and replaces all the users with `RefCell::borrow()` when it can, and `RefCell::borrow().clone()` when it can't. It removes `RefCell::set` for consistency. This closes #13182. It also fixes an infinite loop in a test when debugging is on.
…orial, r=cmr Work on #13287 This is not ready for a merge yet, but I wanted to get some eyes on what I have done so far. As of right now, all references in the text to managed boxes or pointers are removed. Code associated with those specific sections of text have likewise been altered. I also removed all references to managed closures. There is a small change I would like to add to the work done in 3137cd5, on the new lines 1495 and 1496, I would like to change those values to 10 and 20. I did the same in a later change on lines 1596 and 1508. There are still bits of sample code that use managed pointers and the sigil @. Those are next on my list to remove, but I wanted to have the outstanding changes reviewed first. The uses of @ in the code samples are a bit more embedded, and I will need to be more careful changing them as to not change the purpose of the code examples. I ensured that make check still passes, although I'm not sure if that actually tests the code in tutorial.md. One issues I ran into, and tried to avoid, was that `tutorial.md` is formatted with a nice column limit. I was unsure how this was enforced, so wherever I edited a line, I did my best to keep edits on the line they previously existed on. As such, the plain text of `tutorial.md` looks a bit strange as I've left it, and I will clean that up as suggested. The rendered markdown output should not be affected.
rustc: feature-gate `concat_idents!`. concat_idents! is not as useful as it could be, due to macros only being allowed in limited places, and hygiene, so lets feature gate it until we make a decision about it. cc #13294
These syntax extensions need a place to be documented, and this starts passing a `--cfg dox` parameter to `rustdoc` when building and testing documentation in order to document macros so that they have no effect on the compiled crate, but only documentation. Closes #5605
This fixes #13238. It avoids an infinite loop when compiling the tests with `-g`. Without this change, the debuginfo on `black_box` prevents the method from being inlined, which allows llvm to convert `silent_recurse` into a tail-call. This then loops forever instead of consuming all the stack like it is supposed to. This patch forces inlining `black_box`, which triggers the right error.
This is the final commit need to implement [RFC #4](https://github.com/rust-lang/rfcs/blob/master/active/0004-private-fields.md), it makes all tuple struct fields private by default, overridable with the `pub` keyword. I'll note one divergence from the original RFC which is outlined in the first commit.