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- You are probably looking for the
derive_buildercrate, which wraps this crate and is much more ergonomic to use.
- The API of this crate might change frequently in the near future.
derive_buildercrate also provides a much more stable API.
This is an internal helper library of
derive_builder. Its purpose is to
derive_builder to use its own code generation technique, if needed.
derive_builder_core might also be used in crates that
depends on - to break a dependency cycle.
derive_builder does not itself depend on your crate, then you
should consider using
derive_builder instead of
Please refer to docs.rs/derive_builder_core for the documentation of all published versions.
Yes, we keep a changelog.
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