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  • rfcs

    RFCs for changes to Rust

    Re: threat model https://github.com/rust-lang/rfcs/pull/3279 ehuss was working on this, but it coincided with rustups contributor bandwidth crunch which we're only just recovering from; I haven't personally had time to read and process it yet, but I imagine its thoughtful :).

  • Rustup

    The Rust toolchain installer

    If you are someone actively using such relative-path toolchains, please contact us (Discord / Github issues).

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  • mise

    dev tools, env vars, task runner

  • gaol

    Cross-platform application sandboxing for Rust

    I agree that tight sandboxing would have been the right strategy from the get go. Around Rust 1.0, Rust even had a very nice sandboxing crate

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