Rust for the Linux initiative Lead developer Miguel Ojda made significant progress after sending out a revised set of patches when he added that help had been extended. Rust As a secondary programming language Linux دانا
Ojida is leading the initiative and his work is ongoing Now sponsored by Google, Which, along with a large portion of developers, are pushing for the use of Ranks in Linux kernels, especially in areas where security and memory protection are of paramount importance.
The initiative is based on a combination of 17 patches with key components such as beta rust builders, for example drivers, and more.
“There has been a lot of improvement in the overall support for rust.” نوٹ اوجیدہ When running through patches, which exceed 33,000 lines of code.
The patch’s latest round of comments (RFC) was sent to Ojda in April, outlining the benefits of adding a wrist code to the main line’s kernel.
“As mentioned in the RFC, Morcha’s support remains to be considered experimental. However, as written back in April, the support is so good that kernel developers can start working on rust abstraction for subsystems and write drivers and other modules.
In his analysis of Ojda’s patches, Register Note The Arm32-bit and RISC-V architecture are now supported by Xing for Linux.
Also, based on discussions on the Dana mailing list, Lens Torvalds has not yet raised any objectionable objections to Ojida’s work. However, as Phoenix To point out While the 5.14 Dana integration window is currently open, the bridge on Ojida’s patch was not labeled as an application and will probably not land until the next round.