- rubber plant - 1 pint/week bright afternoon sun
- ripple pepperomia - 1/2 cup/week, bringt indirect light
- pinstripe - 1 cup/week, morning/medium light
- prayer plant - 1/2 cup/week, bright morning sun
- pilea - 1/2 cup/week, bright indirect light
- bird's nest - 1 cup/week, cool, morning sun
- caleatha rose picta - 1 cup week summer/1/2 cup winter, bright morning sun
- sanseveria - 1/2-1 cup/week summer, 1 cup every 2 week, low is ok, bright for blooms
rustupenvironment support - [drager], pull/552
wasm-packhad a hard requirement that
rustuphad to be in the PATH. While most Rust users use
rustupthere are variety reasons to have an environment that doesn't use
rustup. With this PR, we'll now support folks who are using a non-
Improved CLI Output - [alexcrichton], [pull/547]
Add three build profiles and infrastructure for their toml config - [fitzgen], [issue/153] [issue/160] [pull/440]
When originally conceived,
wasm-packwas exclusively a packaging and publishing tool, which naively assumed that the crate author would simply run
wasm-packwhen they were ready to publish a wasm package. As a result,
--releasemode. Since then,
wasm-packhas grown into an integrated build tool used at all stages of development, from idea conception to publishing, and as such has developed new needs.
In previous releases, we've supported a flag called
--debugwhich will run
devmode, which trades faster compilation speed for a lack of optimizations. We've renamed this flag to
cargoand added an additional flag, representing a third, intermediary, build profile, called
--profilingwhich is useful for investigating performance issues. You can see all three flags and their use
- So make it possible to add this feature, we need to add both async and await as keywords. But we also have to be careful that we’re not making old code invalid… code that might’ve used the words async or await as variable names. So we’re adding the keywords as part of Rust 2018. Even though the feature hasn’t landed yet, the keywords are now reserved.
- So make it possible to add this feature, Rust needs to add both async and await as keywords. But Rust also has to be careful that it's not making old code invalid… code that might’ve used the words async or await as variable names. So Rust is adding the keywords as part of Rust 2018. Even though the feature hasn’t landed yet, the keywords are now reserved.
- In our minds, it’s the second.
- For Rust, it's the second.