Why are most of Rustfmt features unstable?

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    I could list all the tracking issues for them like for control_brace_style but honestly I feel as that would be rude and that is not my intention here. But if you want you can scroll through their configuration page and see which features are stable. I'm not quite sure if I can use these even though they aren't stable yet.

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    It seems to me like all of the arguments against having options in Rustfmt make two assumptions: all projects will always use Rustfmt and all projects are publicly visible. The vast majority of the Rust code I write is either closed source or for my personal use, so there isn't any need for me to fit what "the community" expects. And if Rustmt doesn't allow me to style my code the way I want, I just won't use it, which means I'm back to manually enforcing the style.

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