Triage digest 29/5/15


#1

Nominated (I-nominated) issues

Multithreaded fork appears flaky on OSX (#14232)

Passing a `Fn` to an `fn` now requires explicit lifetimes for the `Fn` and all references passed to it when invoked (#25310)

  • Added I-nominated. By @brson

Rust 1.0.0 tarball does not have proper permissions on directories. (#25479)

  • Added I-nominated. By @brson

`str::contains` is very slow for substring checks (#25483)

  • Added I-nominated. By @alexcrichton

    triage: I-nominated

In macros, `$($x:expr),*` fragments can be used to bypass future-proofing restrictions (#25658)

  • Added I-nominated. By @alexcrichton

    triage: I-nominated

[[T]] is allowed in structs (#25692)

  • Added I-nominated. By @brson

Combining explicit T: Sized and T: ?Sized bounds is silently accepted and results in T: Sized. (#25776)

  • Added I-nominated. By @brson

Implied bounds on nested references + variance = soundness hole (#25860)

  • Added I-nominated. By @aturon

Beta-nominated issues

std: Make abs() panic on overflow in debug mode (#25441, closed)

std: Implement lowering and raising for process IO (#25494, open)

std: Fix missing stability on iter::Cloned (#25496, closed)

std: Reexport std::net::tcp::Incoming (#25522, closed)

std: Stabilize a number of new fs features (#25844, open)

collections: Make BinaryHeap panic safe in sift_up / sift_down (#25856, closed)

Remaining issues

Add support for DllExport on Windows (#7196)

  • Removed P-low. By @alexcrichton

Move automation off mac minis, onto macstadium (#19286)

  • Added P-high. By @alexcrichton

Add beta/stable integration testing (#23757)

  • Added P-high. By @alexcrichton

BinaryHeap is not exception safe (#25842)

  • Added I-nominated. By @alexcrichton

    triage: I-nominated, T-libs

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#2

Bug report (assuming these posts are performed by a script): triage is misspelled in the title.

(Also, the date is written correctly, but may upset Americans. :stuck_out_tongue: Maybe 2015-05-29 would be more international?)


#3

It is not yet performed by a script, it’s just my sausage fingered typing. Fixed.

I figure the date is a tiny payback for hazing to spell “serialize” wrong :slight_smile:

(I’ll use the international one once I make this automatic).