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Linux Creator Says Rust Is Coming To The New Version Of Linux

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Linus Torvalds, the Linux creator, has committed to adding Rust to the operating system. 

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ZDNet received an email from Torvalds stating that the language's programming version will be 6.1 of the Linux OS "unless something strange happens". 

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Linux has been reported to have adopted Rust before. Some even claimed that it would reach version 5.20. 

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Torvalds seems more committed this time, but he stresses that it will only have the core infrastructure (i.e. no serious use case yet)".

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However, Torvalds stated that Linux "has been using exceptions to C for decades", suggesting that the company is ready to adapt.

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A CircleCI report about the most popular coding languages found that Rust moved up to 25th in 2021 after falling out of the top 25 the year before. 

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Rust's strong performance is still a top priority. Google supports Rust for developing its Android OS, which is a popular Linux distro.

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