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Johan Andersson πŸ¦€
dev/cofounder/cto at Embark Studios. previously: dice/ea/frostbite/seed. rustacean
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Johan Andersson πŸ¦€ Dec 1
Replying to @CasualEffects
congrats Morgan, very cool!
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Johan Andersson πŸ¦€ Dec 1
Replying to @kechogarcia @unity3d
congrats Kleber, have fun!
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Johan Andersson πŸ¦€ Nov 30
Replying to @nattskift
they look dangerously good :)
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Johan Andersson πŸ¦€ Nov 28
nice shot! it is also Nordic HQ, and some really nice mtb tracks around it
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Johan Andersson πŸ¦€ Nov 24
Replying to @Argorak
indeed, it is a great milestone and the and Rust team should be proud and celebrate πŸŽ‰
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Johan Andersson πŸ¦€ Nov 23
welcome aboard Sonia! πŸŽˆπŸŽ†
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Johan Andersson πŸ¦€ Nov 23
Replying to @mitsuhiko @Ca1ne
ah sweet, we are doing some work in around this area in general right now with Sentry client side to support our native and WASM use cases better, or rather is
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Johan Andersson πŸ¦€ Nov 23
Replying to @mitsuhiko
think it is just DWARF embedded in the Rust compiled & linked .wasm modules that wasmtime extracts from. right now we resolve on the clients which requires us to ship out the debug info, but likely would want to resolve this in Sentry instead like for native symbols
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Johan Andersson πŸ¦€ Nov 23
Replying to @mitsuhiko
we use WASM outside out the browser with wasmtime, and use its functionality to get callstacks on traps that we then manually report to Sentry. so think we are pretty covered but working on streamlining this reporting
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Johan Andersson πŸ¦€ Nov 22
you may get a skewed picture from us :) weather has been gray and crap here for 6 weeks straight or so
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Johan Andersson πŸ¦€ Nov 22
Replying to @Lazer @RomanLionz
Nackareservatet is pretty awesome both for walking and biking (MTB or casual/gravel), so many paths and trails. this was overlooking ulvsjΓΆn
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Johan Andersson πŸ¦€ Nov 22
Replying to @RomanLionz @Lazer
same! β˜€οΈπŸš΅, finally some not-gray
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Johan Andersson πŸ¦€ Nov 20
Replying to @vicki_ferg
congrats Vicki, best of luck with your new adventure!
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Johan Andersson πŸ¦€ retweeted
Rust Language Nov 19
We're happy to announce the release of Rust 1.48.0, featuring easier linking inside documentation, documentation search aliases, and more! Check out all the highlights in our blog post:
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Johan Andersson πŸ¦€ Nov 19
or even better, through the power of clippy (we use this on some of our crates):
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Jeff Preshing Nov 18
There's been a boost in traffic to my posts on weak memory ordering since the Apple M1 came out
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Johan Andersson πŸ¦€ Nov 18
thanks! been using the PR fork with the support, but really nice to use a proper release with Arm Mac support
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Johan Andersson πŸ¦€ Nov 15
easy, just train more toms
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Johan Andersson πŸ¦€ Nov 13
Replying to @SebAaltonen
I see you are still using the "legacy" non-infinite reverse projection matrix though :) big fan of the simpler infinite reverse with no far plane
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Johan Andersson πŸ¦€ Nov 12
I think have before said that they've been interested in it but a lot of work/refactoring to do IIRC?
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