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no-std impls_index

Several of macros to put each function under a named macro to index every function in a class

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Module :: impls_index

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Several of macros to put each function under a named macro to index every function in a class.

It encourages writing better code, having index of components stripped of details of implementation is very important for comprehension of the code and ability to see the big picture.

Basic use-case

use ::impls_index::*;

impls1!
{
  fn f1() -> i32
  {
    println!( "f1() : 13" );
    13
  }
};

index!
{
  f1,
}

assert_eq!( f1(), 13 );
/* print : f1() : 13 */

To add to your project

cargo add impls_index_meta

Try out from the repository

git clone https://github.com/Wandalen/wTools
cd wTools
cd examples/impls_index_trivial
cargo run

Dependencies

~0.5–1MB
~21K SLoC