2019-12-02 | ui
2018-09-29 | performance
lolbench compiles ~350 benchmarks with every Rust nightly. It then runs them and highlights potential performance regressions in the standard library and the output of the compiler. Each toolchain's run is summarized with a list of likely candidates, as seen in the image below, and we're now getting started using these to safeguard the performance of Rust programs. Come help!
2017-08-18 | rust
I've been playing around with snapshot, a crate for automating golden master tests in Rust. It's experimental and unstable, but I think it's a cool example of how easy it is to build procedural macro helpers with the newer Rust APIs.
2016-07-24 | rust, performance
Gaining some performance wins in a Rust program with a 7 line diff, using cargo bench, perf, and flamegraph on Linux.
cue crate on crates.io has been transfered to someone working with CUE format files for compact discs.
I published a quick little crate for long-running "streaming" parallel tasks.
I'm toying with writing a C standard library in Rust by porting musl-libc over function-by-function. The work is in progress at https://github.com/anp/rusl.
2016-02-24 | performance
Comparing cargo bench results to a slightly more robust method eliminates a lot of the noise, but there still appear to be a few performance regressions that both methods agree on. If someone has the statistics expertise to set me straight or help me take this further or both, please get in touch.
2016-02-16 | performance
After reading this issue, I decided to poke around in the history of
rustc's runtime performance.