In the past two weeks, we merged 73 pull requests.
We have a new member on our team. Please welcome Emily Dunham! Emily will be the DevOps engineer for both Servo and Rust. She has a post about her ideas regarding open infrastructure which is worth reading.
Josh discussed Servo and Rust at a programming talk show hosted by Alexander Putilin.
- We landed a tiny Rust upgrade that caused a lot of trouble for its size. Shortly after, we landed another tiny one that brought us to 1.2.0
- Corey found a bug in
rust-urlusing afl.rs, a fuzzer for Rust by Keegan. It’s had quite a few success stories so far, try it out on your own project!
- Patrick improved support for incremental reflow
- Glenn fixed our Android build after a long bout of brokenness
- Lars and Mike bravely fought the Cargo.lock beast and won; in an epic battle of man vs machine. There even was a sequel!
- Patrick implemented per-glyph font fallback
- Keith started work on the
- Jinwoo added support for CSS
- Anthony cleaned up our usages of
- Patrick made our reflowing more in line with what Gecko does
- Glenn fixed a bunch of race conditions with reftests and the compositor
- James improved our web platform tests integration to allow for upstreaming binary changes
- We discussed forking or committing to maintaining the extensions we need in glutin. Glutin is trying to stay focused and “not become a toolkit”, but there are some changes we need in it for embedding. Currently we have some changes on our fork; but we’d prefer to not use tweaked forks for community-maintained dependencies and were exploring the possibilities.
- Mike is back and working on more embedding!
- There was some planning for the Rust-in-Gecko sessions at Whistler
- RTL is coming!