Rust For Linux Kernel v9 Patches Trim Things Down Greatly For Easier Upstreaming

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Earlier this week saw the Rust for Linux v8 patches posted that introduced a number of new abstractions and expanding the Rust programming language integration to more areas of the kernel. Those patches amounted to 43.6k lines of new code while “Rust for Linux v9” was posted today and comes in at just 12.5k lines of new code…

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