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|0.1.0||Apr 30, 2020|
#282 in Debugging
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A minimal deserializer for inspecting
std::backtrace::Backtrace's Debug format.
For the time being, the rust standard library is exporting the smallest API
std::backtrace::Backtrace that it possibly can, and only allows
inspection via the
Display traits. However, in order to provide
custom formatting for backtraces, libraries like
color-backtrace need to be
able to iterate over the frames of a backtrace and access its various members
like the filename and line number.
This library provides a stop-gap solution. Until std eventually exports a
stable iterator interface to backtrace frames this library will attempt to
provide best effort parsing of backtrace's unstable Debug output. This will
allow libraries like
color-backtrace to provide unstable support for
std::backtrace::Backtrace until it eventually stabilizes.
Once std eventually stabilizes this library will update the internals to depend upon the provided iterator API instead of potentially fragile parsing.
cargo add btparse
let bt = std::backtrace::Backtrace::capture(); let bt_parsed = btparse::deserialize(&bt);
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