Language Selection

English French German Italian Portuguese Spanish

Programming/Development: QC, Rust, GCC

Filed under
Development
  • [Older] Quantum Computers Barely Exist—Here’s Why We’re Writing Languages for Them Anyway

        

    Quantum computers are still extremely rudimentary, and largely remain intriguing playthings in a few advanced research labs. That hasn’t deterred people from developing new programming languages for them.

  • This Week in Rust 216
  • #Rust2018

    As part of #Rust2018, I thought I would try to writeup my own (current) perspective. I’ll try to keep things brief.

    First and foremost, I think that this year we have to finish what we started and get the “Rust 2018” release out the door. We did good work in 2017: now we have to make sure the world knows it and can use it. This primarily means we have to do stabilization work, both for the recent features added in 2017 as well as some, ahem, longer-running topics, like SIMD. It also means keeping up our focus on tooling, like IDE support, rustfmt, and debugger integration.

  • GCC 8.0.0 Status Report (2018-01-08), Stage 3 ends Jan 14th

    GCC 8 is in development stage 3 currently but that is going to end at the end of Sunday, Jan 14th after which we go into regression and documentation fixes mode similar as if trunk was a release branch.

  • GCC 8 Will Enter Its Last Stage Of Development Next Week

    The GNU Compiler Collection 8 (GCC 8) is currently in "stage three" development whereby general bug fixing can still happen along with allowing new ports to be added. But that is changing next week as it enters its final stage of development prior to release.

    SUSE's Richard Biener announced that on 14 January, they will be going into their strict "regression and documentation fixes mode similar as if trunk was a release branch."

More in Tux Machines

Games: Cultist Simulator, Planetary Annihilation: TITANS, CrossOver 18, Updated Proton 3.16 Beta, Descenders, Bridge Constructor Portal, Train Valley 2, Sipho

Today in Techrights

Security: Stamos, E-mail and RAT Arrest

Android Leftovers