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Stefan Kroboth
@stefan-k
Welcome! :)
mgoldenberg
@mgoldenberg
Hello, anyone here?
Stefan Kroboth
@stefan-k
Yes, sort of ;)
mgoldenberg
@mgoldenberg
Got it :)
mgoldenberg
@mgoldenberg

I have been using argmin-rs-0.2.6 in a project I'm working on and after updating to cargo 1.42.0-nightly (86134e766 2019-12-23) the build fails because of a dependency for argmin-rs, namely matrixmultiply-0.2.3.

By looking at your Travis status, it seems that builds should be passing with nightly rust, but then looking at the output logs it seems your building with cargo 1.41.0-nightly (626f0f40e 2019-12-03).

I'm pretty new to rust, so I'm not actually sure what nightly is meant to signify - i.e. is it reasonable that we both are using nightly but at different versions? It seems so...

Anyway, I don't know exactly what my question is, but it's somewhere in the realm of: do you know when argmin-rs will be compatible with 1.42.0-nightly?

Stefan Kroboth
@stefan-k
I did some investigation and it seems that this is actually a bug in the nightly compiler: rust-lang/rust#67743. Apart from waiting for a fix you could also try to roll back to an older nightly compiler (I think this should work: rustup install nightly-2019-12-03). If possible, I would suggest to use the stable compiler. You can give stable a try with cargo +stable build. To entirely switch to the stable compiler you can do rustup default stable.
mgoldenberg
@mgoldenberg
Unfortunately, I'm required to use the nightly compiler as I need certain features in nightly. I will, however, roll back my nightly install. Thanks so much for your help here and for pointing me to that bug report - I appreciate it!
Stefan Kroboth
@stefan-k
You're welcome :) This seems to affect many crates, therefore I think it will be fixed soon.
Stefan Kroboth
@stefan-k
@mgoldenberg The issue seems to be solved. The CI is passing again.
mgoldenberg
@mgoldenberg
Thanks - it works!