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arewefastyet.rs - benchmarking the Rust compiler (by nindalf)

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  • Rust Support in the Linux Kernel
    13 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 8 Dec 2021
    That page averages all the builds across different code bases. It doesn’t specify which version/tag of which code base, nor does it talk about the hardware.

    https://arewefastyet.pages.dev/ - This page tracks compile times across some common crates over all supported compiler versions, with different hardware (2, 4, 8, 16 cores). This used to be https://arewefastyet.rs but the domain expired.

  • Rust programming language: We want to take it into the mainstream, says Facebook
    17 projects | /r/programming | 30 Apr 2021
    For what it's worth, Rust compile times have improved by 33-50% in the last two years, depending on the crate, compiler mode and number of cores - https://arewefastyet.rs. Also, debug builds will get approximately 50% faster when the cranelift backend lands.
    17 projects | /r/programming | 30 Apr 2021
    You can check incremental compile times on http://arewefastyet.rs. Choose one compile mode (Debug OR Release, preferably Debug), one hardware config (4 cores let's say) and both profile modes (Clean, Incremental).
  • Reducing Rust Incremental Compilation Times on macOS by 70%
    7 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 18 Apr 2021
    Compile times in rustc have been steadily improving with time, as shown here - https://arewefastyet.rs.

    Every release doesn't make every workload faster, but over a long time horizon, the effect is clear. Rust 1.34 was released in April 2019 and since then many crates have become 33-50% faster to compile, depending on the hardware and the compiler mode (clean/incremental, check/debug/release).

    Interestingly, the speedup mentioned in OP won't show up in these charts because that's a change on macOS and these benchmarks were recorded on Linux.

    What is expected to be a gamechanger is the release of cranelift in 2021 or 2022. It's an alternate debug backend that promises much faster debug builds.

  • Announcing Rust 1.50.0
    5 projects | /r/rust | 11 Feb 2021
    Thanks for your work on arewefastyet.rs, I was about to post a link to it haha
  • [ELI5]: How to write a simple custom Serde de/serializer?
    2 projects | /r/rust | 2 Jan 2021
    I implemented something similar. Deserialising a comma separated strings into a struct - example. Hope that helps!
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