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Re: [PATCH] Handle std/core/alloc duplicates 8 days ago

From Evan Lloyd New-Schmidt to ~ireas/rusty-man-dev

Hi Robin,

> Please let me know if you have any other issues.

Will do!

> As far as I see, the item that is retained is implicitly determined by
> alphabetical order, i. e. prefering alloc over core over std, right?  I
> think that’s the right thing to do, but it would be good to add a
> comment that mentions the significance of the alphabetical order.

That is correct, and fair point on having an explicit comment - I'll add 
that in.

[PATCH] Handle std/core/alloc duplicates 10 days ago

From Evan Lloyd New-Schmidt to ~ireas/rusty-man-dev

This dedups items from alloc or core that are re-exported under std,
selecting the non-std variant.

Its implemented by updating the sort and dedup passes in a way that
groups identical items from the offending namespaces next to each other
(with std last), and equates them by ignoring the root namespace,
respectively.

A side effect of this method is that items shared between alloc and
core (like `fmt::Result`) are also deduplicated.

Since the std variants are effectively only removed when the alloc/core
variants are present, any item removed by the deduplication can still be
viewed by specifying it's full path, e.g. `rusty-man std::vec::Vec`.
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[PATCH v2] Demonstrate that I can use git send-email 12 days ago

From Evan Lloyd New-Schmidt to ~sircmpwn/email-test-drive

Updated with requested changes
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[PATCH] Demonstrate that I can use git send-email 12 days ago

From Evan Lloyd New-Schmidt to ~sircmpwn/email-test-drive

where does this show up?
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I'm about to try git send-email
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