Rust 1.0 released

By corbet Version
1.0
of the Rust language has been released. “The 1.0 release marks the end of that churn. This release is the official beginning of our commitment to stability, and as such it offers a firm foundation for building applications and libraries. From this point forward, breaking changes are largely out of scope (some minor caveats apply, such as compiler bugs).

That said, releasing 1.0 doesn’t mean that the Rust language is “done”. We have many improvements in store. In fact, the Nightly builds of Rust already demonstrate improvements to compile times (with more to come) and includes work on new APIs and language features, like std::fs and associated constants.”

From: LWN