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no-std debug-helper

This crate provides declarative macros to help you implement the Debug trait manually

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Debug Helper

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This crate provides declarative macros to help you implement the Debug trait manually.

Instead of this crate, in most cases, you can use the educe crate to implement the Debug trait.

Examples

For structs,

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

pub struct A {
    pub f1: u8,
    pub f2: i16,
    pub f3: f64,
}

impl Debug for A {
    fn fmt(&self, f: &mut Formatter<'_>) -> Result<(), fmt::Error> {
        debug_helper::impl_debug_for_struct!(A, f, self, .f1, (.f3, "{:.3}", self.f3));
    }
}

let a = A {
    f1: 1,
    f2: 2,
    f3: std::f64::consts::PI,
};

println!("{:#?}", a);

/*
    A {
        f1: 1,
        f3: 3.142,
    }
*/

For tuple structs,

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

pub struct A(pub u8, pub i16, pub f64);

impl Debug for A {
    fn fmt(&self, f: &mut Formatter<'_>) -> Result<(), fmt::Error> {
        debug_helper::impl_debug_for_tuple_struct!(A, f, self, .0, (.2, "{:.3}", self.2));
    }
}

let a = A(1, 2, std::f64::consts::PI);

println!("{:#?}", a);

/*
    A(
        1,
        3.142,
    )
*/

For enums (without the enum name),

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

pub enum A {
    V1,
    V2(u8, i16, f64),
    V3 {
        f1: u8,
        f2: i16,
        f3: f64,
    },
}

impl Debug for A {
    fn fmt(&self, f: &mut Formatter<'_>) -> Result<(), fmt::Error> {
        debug_helper::impl_debug_for_enum!(A::{V1, (V2(f1, _, f3): (.f1, (.f3, "{:.3}", f3))), {V3{f1, f2: _, f3}: (.f1, (.f3, "{:.3}", f3))}}, f, self);
    }
}

let a = A::V1;
let b = A::V2(1, 2, std::f64::consts::PI);
let c = A::V3{
    f1: 1,
    f2: 2,
    f3: std::f64::consts::PI,
};

println!("{:#?}", a);
println!("{:#?}", b);
println!("{:#?}", c);

/*
    V1
    V2(
        1,
        3.142,
    )
    V3 {
        f1: 1,
        f3: 3.142,
    }
*/

For enums (with the enum name),

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

pub enum A {
    V1,
    V2(u8, i16, f64),
    V3 {
        f1: u8,
        f2: i16,
        f3: f64,
    },
}

impl Debug for A {
    fn fmt(&self, f: &mut Formatter<'_>) -> Result<(), fmt::Error> {
        debug_helper::impl_debug_for_enum!({A::V1, (V2(f1, _, f3): (.f1, (.f3, "{:.3}", f3))), {V3{f1, f2: _, f3}: (.f1, (.f3, "{:.3}", f3))}}, f, self);
    }
}

let a = A::V1;
let b = A::V2(1, 2, std::f64::consts::PI);
let c = A::V3{
    f1: 1,
    f2: 2,
    f3: std::f64::consts::PI,
};

println!("{:#?}", a);
println!("{:#?}", b);
println!("{:#?}", c);

/*
    A::V1
    A::V2(
        1,
        3.142,
    )
    A::V3 {
        f1: 1,
        f3: 3.142,
    }
*/

Ghost fields,

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

pub struct A {
    pub f1: u8,
    pub f2: i16,
    pub f3: f64,
}

impl Debug for A {
    fn fmt(&self, f: &mut Formatter<'_>) -> Result<(), fmt::Error> {
        debug_helper::impl_debug_for_struct!(A, f, self, .f1, (.f3, "{:.3}", self.f3), (.sum, "{:.3}", self.f1 as f64 + self.f2 as f64 + self.f3));
    }
}

let a = A {
    f1: 1,
    f2: 2,
    f3: std::f64::consts::PI,
};

println!("{:#?}", a);

/*
    A {
        f1: 1,
        f3: 3.142,
        sum: 6.142,
    }
*/
use std::fmt::{self, Formatter, Debug};

pub struct A(pub u8, pub i16, pub f64);

impl Debug for A {
    fn fmt(&self, f: &mut Formatter<'_>) -> Result<(), fmt::Error> {
        debug_helper::impl_debug_for_tuple_struct!(A, f, self, .0, (.2, "{:.3}", self.2), (.3, "{:.3}", self.0 as f64 + self.1 as f64 + self.2));
    }
}

let a = A(1, 2, std::f64::consts::PI);

println!("{:#?}", a);

/*
    A(
        1,
        3.142,
        6.142,
    )
*/

Fake structs,

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

pub struct A(pub u8, pub i16, pub f64);

impl Debug for A {
    fn fmt(&self, f: &mut Formatter<'_>) -> Result<(), fmt::Error> {
        debug_helper::impl_debug_for_struct!(A, f, self, let .f1 = self.0, let .f2 = self.1, let .f3 = self.2);
    }
}

let a = A(1, 2, std::f64::consts::PI);

println!("{:#?}", a);

/*
    A {
        f1: 1,
        f2: 2,
        f3: 3.141592653589793,
    }
*/

Fake tuple structs,

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

pub struct A {
    pub f1: u8,
    pub f2: i16,
    pub f3: f64,
}

impl Debug for A {
    fn fmt(&self, f: &mut Formatter<'_>) -> Result<(), fmt::Error> {
        debug_helper::impl_debug_for_tuple_struct!(A, f, self, let .0 = self.f1, let .1 = self.f2, let .2 = self.f3);
    }
}

let a = A {
    f1: 1,
    f2: 2,
    f3: std::f64::consts::PI,
};

println!("{:#?}", a);

/*
    A(
        1,
        2,
        3.141592653589793,
    )
*/

TODO

  1. Fake enum struct variants and tuple variants.
  2. Enum variants can be renamed.

Crates.io

https://crates.io/crates/debug-helper

Documentation

https://docs.rs/debug-helper

License

MIT

No runtime deps