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c_vec Build Status

Structures to wrap C arrays. Here's a little example:

extern crate libc;
extern crate c_vec;

use c_vec::{CVec, CSlice};

fn some_func(cvec: *mut libc::c_int, len: libc::c_uint) {
    // safe wrapper, you can pass a destructor with new_with_dtor() method
    let v = unsafe { CVec::new(cvec, len as usize) };
    // unsafe wrapper with no destructor
    let mut s = unsafe { CSlice::new(cvec, len as usize) };

    println!("cvec:   converted from c array: {:?}", v.as_ref());
    println!("cslice: converted from c array: {:?}", s.as_mut());
}

Usage

You can use it directly by adding this line to your Cargo.toml file:

[dependencies]
c_vec = "^1.0.0"

Here's the crates.io page for c_vec.

License

This project is under the MIT and Apache 2.0 licenses. Please take a look at the license files for more information.

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