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|0.2.2||Jan 13, 2020|
|0.2.0||Dec 31, 2019|
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ichwh aims to be a fully-async clone of GNU
which, compatible with the three major
operating systems. The main job of
which is to search for executables on the current
This crate is similar to the synchronous
which crate. The main difference is
ichwh is asynchronous, and provides a
ichwh = "*"
In your source files:
use ichwh::which; let path_to_python = which("python").await.unwrap(); assert_eq!(path_to_python.to_str().unwrap(), "/usr/bin/python");
Run tests with
cargo test. The tests will create a set of temporary test folders. They are rooted
%TEMP%/... on windows), where
<num> is the number of minutes since
the unix epoch. If all tests pass, the folders will be cleaned up. Any failing tests will preserve
their test folders for inspection and debugging.
This crate adheres to SemVer. This crate is pre-1.0, meaning that breaking changes to the publicly-documented API will bump the minor version, and non-breaking changes will bump the patch version.
All publicly-documented items in this crate (i.e., items visible for a platform on docs.rs) are considered stable until a breaking version increment. Do not depend on or use non-documented items that may be visible in-code; they may change at any time.
Please report any unexpected API breakage as a bug.