Chromium to support third-party Rust libraries


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Google has declared that its Chromium open-source browser project will accept third-party Rust libraries. Dana Jansens, a member of the Chrome security team, wrote a blog post on Thursday to make the announcement.

Jansens said in a statement that Google is currently working actively to integrate a production Rust toolchain into its build system. Memory safety issues account for about 70% of Chromium’s critical security flaws. Rust can be used to avoid memory safety problems when written properly.

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According to Jansens, “Rust guarantees temporal memory safety with static analysis that depends on two inputs: lifetimes (inferred or explicitly written), and exclusive mutability.

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