This week the meeting will be run by yours truly. Starting the pre-triage early so that I can procrastinate from my procrastination leisurely.
Forgone caching in cycles caused much overflow in trait solving #61960
Commented that I find it unlikely that anybody will work on this until the vacation spree is over. Especially since we raised the default recursion limit and it remediates this class of issues until an appropriate fix is made.
regression: rustdoc resolution changes #61560
Is weird, my kneejerk reaction is that this more of a rustdoc issue, than a rustc one. Need somebody to bisect where regression happened, I can do that.
Compiler panic with generic-typed nested closures #59494
Unlikely to be looked at before the vacation spree is over.
Unclear to me why Permit
-> _ return types for improved diagnostics #56132 got marked as P-high.
We have the following beta-nominated issues to look at:
Note that the two last issues are very closely related.
Furthermore these two isses are also nominated for backport to stable:
It is likely that in the actual meeting I’ll dedicate most of the time for dealing with these nominations and we’ll do the rest if we end up having time.
Mostly because it is the easy book-keeping that needs to be done sometime before the next train rollover that occurs in a month.
Add a "diagnostic item" scheme for lints referring to libstd items #60966
Appears to be waiting for @oli to finalize their design. Removing I-nominated.
Would be good if @oli did comment on the actual status of the PR.
Turn HIR indexing into a query #59064
Has been visited before without notable changes since.
1.30 -> 1.31 dylib late-binding regression with GNU binutils 2.28 or older. #61539
Removing nomination, as we discussed it briefly last week, albeit without conclusion.
Unimplemented selecting <...> during codegen #58375
Has a PR put up and approved for landing.
ICE: Rust spins when referencing associated types in
where clause #62430
@Esteban Küber managed to narrow this down to non-linear runtime, scheduling for a discussion at the actual meeting.
Actually, since the cycle caching code is very related… referencing that issue in #62430 and un-nominating, as its status is essentially the same as for the other issues tracked by this meta-bug.
Assigned to self to get an accurate bisection, though.
ICE "no ImplicitCtxt stored in tls" in Servo on Windows and macOS #62717
Appears to have a solution already, so removed the nomination.