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no-std core_extensions

Extensions for core/std library types, and other miscelaneous features

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Extension traits for many standard/core library types/traits. and other miscelaneuous types / traits / functions / macros.

Adding as dependency

This crate requires cargo features for enabling items, to get all of them you can use:

[dependencies.core_extensions]
version = "1.0"
features = ["std", "all_items"]

The "std" feature is required to enable impls and items that use std types, otherwise only the core library is supported.

For enabling features individually, look here.

This crate currently requires cargo features to use newer language features,

Examples

Showcasing some features from this crate.

quasiconst, generic constants.

The quasiconst macro allows emulating generic constants by generating a zero-sized generic type that implements the ConstVal trait, the preferred way to get its value is the getconst macro.

This example demonstrates how you can use them to declare a generic VTABLE constant.

use core_extensions::{getconst, quasiconst};

use std::fmt::{self, Debug};


quasiconst!{
    pub const VTABLE<T: Debug>: &'static Vtable = &Vtable {
        size: std::mem::size_of::<T>(),
        align: std::mem::align_of::<T>(),
        drop: drop_erased::<T>,
        fmt: debug_fmt_erased::<T>,
    };
}

fn main() {
    const VTABLE_U8: &'static Vtable = getconst!(VTABLE<u8>);
    assert_eq!(VTABLE_U8.size, 1);
    assert_eq!(VTABLE_U8.align, 1);

    const VTABLE_USIZE: &'static Vtable = getconst!(VTABLE<usize>);
    assert_eq!(VTABLE_USIZE.size, std::mem::size_of::<usize>());
    assert_eq!(VTABLE_USIZE.align, std::mem::align_of::<usize>());

    const VTABLE_STRING: &'static Vtable = getconst!(VTABLE<&str>);
    assert_eq!(VTABLE_STRING.size, std::mem::size_of::<usize>() * 2);
    assert_eq!(VTABLE_STRING.align, std::mem::align_of::<usize>());
}



pub struct Vtable {
    pub size: usize,
    pub align: usize,
    pub drop: unsafe fn(*mut ()),
    pub fmt: unsafe fn(*const (), &mut fmt::Formatter<'_>) -> fmt::Result,
}

unsafe fn drop_erased<T>(ptr: *mut ()) {
    std::ptr::drop_in_place(ptr as *mut T)
}

unsafe fn debug_fmt_erased<T>(ptr: *const (), f: &mut fmt::Formatter<'_>) -> fmt::Result 
where
    T: Debug,
{
    let this = unsafe{ &*(ptr as *const T) };
    
    Debug::fmt(this, f)
}

no-std support

This crate works in #![no_std] contexts by default.

Supported Rust versions

This crate support Rust back to 1.41.0, requiring cargo features to use language features from newer versions.

Cargo Features

crate features

The "all_items" feature enables all of these features, you can use it instead of the ones below if you don't mind longer compile-times:

  • "bools": Enables the BoolExt trait, extension trait for bool.

  • "callable": Enables the callable module, with stably implementable equivalents of the Fn* traits.

  • "collections": Enables the collections module, with traits for collection types.

  • "const_default": Enables the ConstDefault trait, and const_default macro, for a const equivalent of the Default trait.

  • "const_val": Enables the ConstVal trait (for types that represent constants), getconst macro (for getting the ConstVal::VAL associated constant), and quasiconst macro (for declaring types that emulate generic constants). Enables the "generics_parsing" feature.

  • "macro_utils: Enables the rewrap_macro_parameters, count_tts, and gen_ident_range macro.

  • "generics_parsing": Enables the parse_generics, parse_generics_and_where, split_generics_and_where, parse_split_generics, and parse_split_generics_and_where macros. These allow macros to parse items with generic parameters.

  • "item_parsing": Enables the "macro_utils and "generics_parsing" features. Enables the impl_parse_generics and impl_split macros.

  • "integers": Enables the integers module, with extension traits for integer types.

  • "iterators": Enables the iterators module, with the IteratorExt extension trait for iterators, and a few iterator types.

  • "marker_type": Enables the MarkerType trait, for trivially constructible, zero-sized, and aligned-to-1 types.

  • "on_drop": Enables the RunOnDrop type, a wrapper type that runs a closure at the end of the scope.

  • "option_result": Enables the option_result_ext module, with traits for Option and Result-like types.

  • "phantom": Enables the phantom module(with PhantomData-related items), expr_as_phantom macro,map_phantomdata macro, and return_type_phantom macro.

  • "self_ops": Enables the SelfOps trait, an extension trait for all types. It primarily has methods for calling free functions as methods.

  • "slices": Enables the slices module, with extension traits for [T] and str slices.

  • "strings": Enables the strings module, with the StringExt extension trait for strings.

  • "transparent_newtype": Enables the transparent_newtype module, with extension traits and functions for #[repr(transparent)] newtypes with public fields.

  • "type_asserts": Enables the type_asserts module, with type-level assertiosn, most useful in tests.

  • "type_identity": Enables the TypeIdentity trait, for proving that two types are equal, and converting between them in a generic context.

  • "type_level_bool": Enables the type_level_bool module, which encodes bools on the type-level.

  • "void": Enables the Void type, a type that can't be constructed, for encodign impossible situations.

Rust Version numbers

These features enable code that require some Rust version past the minimum supported one:

  • "rust_1_46": Makes TransparentNewtype and TypeIdentity associated functions that take Rc<Self> or Arc<Self> callable as methods.

  • "rust_1_51": Enables the "rust_1_46" feature, and impls of traits for all array lengths.

Support for other crates

All of these are disabled by default:

  • "std": Enables std library support. Implies the "alloc" feature.

  • "alloc": Enables alloc library support.

  • "serde_": Enables serde support.

Miscelaneous features

"track_caller": Enables the "rust_1_46" feature. Changes ResultLike to allow getting the caller location in ResultLike::into_result_, and makes IsNoneError store where it was constructed.

"docsrs": Used to document the required features in docs.rs, requires Rust nightly. Doesn't enable any items itself.

License

core_extensions is licensed under either of

Apache License, Version 2.0, (LICENSE-APACHE or http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0)
MIT license (LICENSE-MIT or http://opensource.org/licenses/MIT)

at your option.

Contribution

Unless you explicitly state otherwise, any contribution intentionally submitted for inclusion in core_extensions by you, as defined in the Apache-2.0 license, shall be dual licensed as above, without any additional terms or conditions.

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