In our planning meeting today, the compiler team has scheduled our next batch of upcoming design meetings:
- On Nov 1, we will discuss "incremental dep-graph storage" (see rust-lang/compiler-team#199), which is a plan to improve the performance of storing incremental compilation data, as well as reducing peak memory usage.
- On Nov 8, we will discuss "A unified framework for dataflow analysis" (see rust-lang/compiler-team#202), which is a proposal for how an improved dataflow analysis that can help with const evaluation.
- On Nov 15, we will do a "working group review" (see rust-lang/compiler-team#187), examining how well the working group system has been working and what we might do to improve it.
Did you know?
Most weeks, the compiler team has some sort of design meeting. These meetings take place on Zulip and are open to all. Every 4 weeks, we do a planning meeting to pick the next few meetings from the list of open proposals. You can find more details about how the compiler-team steering meeting process here.