1 unstable release
|0.1.0||Dec 18, 2020|
If you do
cargo update, add dependencies to the project or update something
manually, the dependencies recorded in
Cargo.toml change and you get a report
of what changed right at that time. But when browsing the history, reading what
changed from the diff of
Cargo.toml is inconvenient. This makes reviewing pull
requests a bit harder than necessary.
cargo depdiff command tries to help in this situation a bit. You can point
it to a git commit, commit range or similar (or run in a directory with
uncommited changes) and see a similar report.
Furthermore, some additional information may be requested (changes to authors, extracting changelogs, etc).
It is currently in an early stage, so bugs, bad formatting and missing pieces of information are possible. Pull requests for anything of that are indeed welcome, as are issues describing use cases we haven't thought about, bug reports, etc.
cargo depdiff 9d06984055be56a76e8c365292e7d840da9e7515 +++ adler 0.2.3 +++ aho-corasick 0.7.13 +++ bitmaps 2.1.0 +++ bstr 0.2.13 +++ bytesize 1.0.1 ...
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