weekly.2011-10-26 (new rune type)

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 acaddf1cea75c059d19b20dbef35b20fb3f38954 release.r58.2
 6d7136d74b656ba6e1194853a9486375005227ef weekly.2011-10-18
 941b8015061a0f6480954821dd589c60dfe35ed1 weekly.2011-10-25
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 hg update weekly.<i>YYYY-MM-DD</i>
+<h2 id="2011-10-26">2011-10-26 (new rune type)</h2>
+This snapshot introduces the rune type, an alias for int that
+should be used for Unicode code points.
+A future release of Go (after Go 1) will change rune to be an
+alias for int32 instead of int.  Using rune consistently is the way
+to make your code build both before and after this change.
+To test your code for rune safety, you can rebuild the Go tree with
+	GOEXPERIMENT=rune32 ./all.bash
+which builds a compiler in which rune is an alias for int32 instead of int.
+Also, run govet on your code to identify methods that might need to have their
+signatures updated.
 <h2 id="2011-10-25">2011-10-25</h2>