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Tracking issue for RFC 1868: A portability lint #41619

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aturon opened this Issue Apr 29, 2017 · 3 comments

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aturon commented Apr 29, 2017

This is a tracking issue for the RFC "A portability lint" (rust-lang/rfcs#1868).

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  • It's not clear what the story should be for a library like libc, which currently involves intricate uses of cfg. We should have some idea for how to approach such cases before landing the RFC.
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durka commented Jul 8, 2017

cc #43086

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SimonSapin commented Jul 8, 2017

When this is implemented, reconsider ExactSizeIterator for Range<_> and RangeInclusive<_>: #43086 (comment)

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eternaleye commented Jul 20, 2018

Just encountered a relevant research project - their work may have aspects we can reuse: http://fosd.net/TypeChef

TypeChef is a research project with the goal of analyzing ifdef variability in C code with the goal of finding variability-induced bugs in large-scale real-world systems, such as the Linux kernel with several thousand features (or configuration options).

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