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Rollup of 10 pull requests

Successful merges:

 - #125674 (Rewrite `symlinked-extern`, `symlinked-rlib` and `symlinked-libraries` `run-make` tests in `rmake.rs` format)
 - #125688 (Walk into alias-eq nested goals even if normalization fails)
 - #126142 (Harmonize using root or leaf obligation in trait error reporting)
 - #126303 (Urls to docs in rust_hir)
 - #126328 (Add Option::is_none_or)
 - #126337 (Add test for walking order dependent opaque type behaviour)
 - #126353 (Move `MatchAgainstFreshVars` to old solver)
 - #126356 (docs(rustc): Improve discoverable of Cargo docs)
 - #126358 (safe transmute: support `Single` enums)
 - #126362 (Make `try_from_target_usize` method public)

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This is the main source code repository for Rust. It contains the compiler, standard library, and documentation.

Why Rust?

  • Performance: Fast and memory-efficient, suitable for critical services, embedded devices, and easily integrate with other languages.

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