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library for creating importable constants from build.rs or a script

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build_const: crate for creating constants in your build script

Rust library for creating importable constants from build.rs or a script

See the crate documentation and the crate on crates.io


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build_const: crate for creating constants in your build script

The build_const crate exists to help create rust constant files at compile time or in a generating script. It is ultra simple and lightweight, making constant creation a simple matter.

Recommended use: when developing make your constants in build.rs. Once your constants are fairly stable create a script instead and have your constants file be generated in either a single file or an external crate that you can bring in as a dependency.

Example

Include build_const = VERSION in your Cargo.toml file. For no_std support (macros only) use default-features = false.

See ConstWriter for how to use in a build.rs or script. To then import a "constants.rs" file created in build.rs use:

#[macro_use]
extern crate build_const;

build_const!("constants");
println!("VALUE: {}", VALUE);
println!("VALUE: {}", ARRAY);

For writing constants in a script, the macro src_file! is also provided.

// will write files to `/src/constants.rs`
let mut consts = ConstWriter::from_path(&Path::from(src_file!("constants.rs"))).unwrap();
// ... use consts

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