rustup 1.0.0 is out. Run
rustup self update to update.
This is the first major release of rustup.
This release is an acknowledgement that rustup is the preferred tool
for installing Rust, and that it is reliable enough for general use. At
this point rustup will become the recommended installer for Rust,
though all existing installation methods will remain.
There is yet more work to be done on rustup. It has plenty of bugs,
some features unimplemented, and could benefit from more polish.
Near-term priorities are on adding a GUI installer for Windows,
improving security of Rust installation with signing, and on enabling
rustup and tools like xargo to cooperate to provide a more integrated
rustup has been in development in some form for a while and has
benefited greatly from community collaboration. Thanks to Diggory
Blake for creating rustup, and thank you to everyone who has
contributed, tested, and provided feedback!
Contributors: Alex Crichton, Andrew Koroluk, Arch, benaryorg, Benedikt Reinartz,
Björn Steinbrink, bors, Boutin, Michael, Brian Anderson, Cam Swords, Chungmin
Park, Corey Farwell, Daniel Keep, David Salter, Diggory Blake, Drew Fisher,
Erick Tryzelaar, Florian Gilcher, geemili, Guillaume Fraux, Ivan Nejgebauer,
Ivan Petkov, Jacob Shaffer, Jake Goldsborough, James Lucas, Jeremiah Peschka,
jethrogb, Jian Zeng, Jimmy Cuadra, Joe Wilm, Jorge Aparicio, Josh Machol, Josh
Stone, Julien Blanchard, Kai Noda, Kai Roßwag, Kamal Marhubi, Kevin K, Kevin
Rauwolf, Kevin Yap, Knight, leonardo.yvens, llogiq, Marco A L Barbosa, Martin
Pool, Matt Brubeck, mdinger, Michael DeWitt, Mika Attila, Nate Mara, NODA, Kai,
Oliver Schneider, Patrick Reisert, Paul Padier, Ralph Giles, Raphael Cohn, Ri,
Ricardo Martins, Ryan Havar, Ryan Kung, Severen Redwood, Tad Hardesty, Taylor
Cramer, theindigamer, Tim Neumann, Tobias Bucher, trolleyman, Vadim
Petrochenkov, Virgile Andreani, V Jackson, Vladimir, Wang Xuerui, Wayne Warren,
Wesley Moore, Yasushi Abe, Y. T. Chung