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Upgrade to rustc 1.36.0-nightly (e305df184 2019-04-24)
This includes a `size_of` regression for a few DOM types, due to rust-lang/rust#58623 which replaces the implementation of `HashMap` in the standard library to Hashbrown. Although `size_of<HashMap>` grows, it’s not obvious how total memory usage is going to be impacted: Hashbrown only has one `u8` instead of one `usize` of overhead per hash table bucket for storing (part of) a hash, and so might allocate less memory itself. Hashbrown also typically has better run time performance: https://github.com/rust-lang/hashbrown#performance Still, I’ve filed rust-lang/hashbrown#69 about potentially reducing the `size_of<HashMap>` regression.
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