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The current version of UnicodeNormalization is 0.1.23.

0.1.19 (older version) safe-to-deploy

From bytecodealliance/wasmtime. By Alex Crichton.

This crate contains one usage of unsafe which I have manually checked to see it as correct. This crate's size comes in large part due to the generated unicode tables that it contains. This crate is additionally widely used throughout the ecosystem and skimming the crate shows no usage of std::* APIs and nothing suspicious.

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safe-to-deploy (implies safe-to-run)

This crate will not introduce a serious security vulnerability to production software exposed to untrusted input. More…

safe-to-run

This crate can be compiled, run, and tested on a local workstation or in controlled automation without surprising consequences. More…

does-not-implement-crypto (implies crypto-safe)

Inspection reveals that the crate in question does not attempt to implement any cryptographic algorithms on its own.

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