It’s another monthly burst of news about bors-ng. Apologies for being late.
In the last month, we landed 11 PRs in the bors-ng repository.
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- MarkSRobinson added the squash-and-merge workflow for bors
- DilumAluthge made
bors mergesynonymous with
- vvuk fixed a bug when a user changed their username and then another claimed their old name
- gmendonca fixed the combination of squash-merge and auto-delete-branch
- EFanZh fixed a commit message formatting bug
- milescrabill upgraded bors-ng to the new community taskcluster instance
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Who’s using bors?
This month’s featured user is Rust
The “parking lot” is a synchonization architecture for multithreaded applications. It was designed by the WebKit team, and turned into a reusable Rust library. It is typically faster and more space efficient than the locks provided by POSIX and Win32, since it doesn’t need to maintain backwards compatibility with them, and it uses eventual fairness instead of a guaranteed FIFO.
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