#cpuid #cpu #hardware

bin+lib cpuid

Rust bindings for libpcuid CPU detection and feature extraction library

11 releases

0.1.1 Nov 10, 2015
0.1.0 Apr 4, 2015
0.0.9 Mar 27, 2015
0.0.7 Feb 23, 2015
0.0.1 Nov 21, 2014

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Rust bindings for libpcuid CPU detection and feature extraction library.

Usage

First - download, and build libcpuid as described in the readme. Install it by running make install (you may want to run ldconfig afterwards).

Add to your Cargo.toml:

[dependencies]
cpuid = "*"

Add extern crate cpuid to your crate root and you're good to go! For example:

extern crate cpuid;

fn main () {
    match cpuid::identify() {
        Ok(info) => {
            println!("Found: {} CPU, model: {}", info.vendor, info.codename);
            println!("The full brand string is: {}", info.brand);
            println!("Hardware AES support: {}", if info.has_feature(cpuid::CpuFeature::AES) { "yes" } else { "no" });
        },
        Err(err) => println!("cpuid error: {}", err),
    };
    match cpuid::clock_frequency() {
        Some(frequency) => println!("CPU speed: {} MHz", frequency),
        None => println!("Couldn't get CPU speed."),
    };
}

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Author

  • Zbigniew Siciarz (zbigniew at siciarz dot net)

License

This work is released under the MIT license. A copy of the license is provided in the LICENSE file.

Dependencies

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