The next version of Fedora picks up Rust

The first public alpha of Fedora 25 rolls in Mozilla's Rust language as a standard-issue component

The next version of Fedora picks up Rust
Brent Leimenstoll

You know a language has arrived when its toolchain ships as a standard component with operating systems.

Rust, Mozilla's language for safe and speedy systems level programming, has landed a prime-time slot in the next edition of Fedora Linux, according to the change set for the first public alpha for Fedora 25.

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