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The first stable 1.0 release of Rust was in 2015, less than three years ago. I believe GP's point is that Mozillas projects come and Mozillas projects go, that FF may be the only one that is still around after some time. Rust doesn't yet meet those criteria.


Rust has been in development since like 2009.


And Rust is probably the most likely to survive to a Mozilla crash because it has a strong non-moco-staff community.


Yes, it has. However, the first stable v1.0 version was in 2015.


This is a silly argument. Do you think Rust is not going to "survive for any length of time" (the OP's quote)?


Yes. This is getting silly.

> Do you think Rust is not going to "survive for any length of time" (the OP's quote)?

That was not a quote of the OP, which was "survived" in the past tense. Hence, my comment.

You are talking about the future of how long you believe Rust will last, not about how long other technologies have failed to last.

Please, drop this. It is becoming nonsensical.




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