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Update cargo to 0.32
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Authored by Girtablulu on Jan 17 2019, 11:56 PM.

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Summary

Update cargo to 0.32
Depends on D5083
Changelog:

  • You can now run cargo c as an alias for cargo check.
  • Usernames are now allowed in alt registry URLs.
Test Plan

Rebuild Firefox and bat against it

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Girtablulu created this revision.Jan 17 2019, 11:56 PM
Girtablulu requested review of this revision.Jan 17 2019, 11:56 PM
JoshStrobl accepted this revision.Jan 18 2019, 8:47 AM
This revision is now accepted and ready to land.Jan 18 2019, 8:47 AM
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mati865 added a subscriber: mati865.Mar 3 2019, 5:02 PM

It actually updated cargo to version 0.33.0 (it's rust_version + 1).

TheVivaldi added a subscriber: TheVivaldi.EditedMar 3 2019, 5:12 PM

It actually updated cargo to version 0.33.0 (it's rust_version + 1).

Not sure why it updated to 0.33.0 for you as it updated to 0.32.0 for me.

╭─thevivaldi@solus /home/thevivaldi ‹system›
╰─$ cargo --version
cargo 1.32.0
╭─thevivaldi@solus /home/thevivaldi ‹system›

@TheVivaldi that's Rust version 1.32.0 which internally uses Cargo 0.33.0 (note 0 at the beginning). Rust and Cargo versions are misaligned so the developers started to print Rust version instead (to make it less confusing).
It's "cosmetical" change but to follow packaging pattern the version should be 0.33.0.

yes I forgot this one, but I not gonna throw cargo on the buildserver just to fix this if we are working on some changes for the next update

@TheVivaldi that's Rust version 1.32.0 which internally uses Cargo 0.33.0 (note 0 at the beginning). Rust and Cargo versions are misaligned so the developers started to print Rust version instead (to make it less confusing).
It's "cosmetical" change but to follow packaging pattern the version should be 0.33.0.

Ah, I see. Didn't know about that. Thanks a lot for the clarification :-)