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no-std obfstr

Compiletime string constant obfuscation for Rust

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String Obfuscation

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Compiletime string constant obfuscation for Rust.

The string constant itself is embedded in obfuscated form and deobfuscated locally. This reference to a temporary value must be used in the same statement it was generated. See the documentation for more advanced use cases.

Examples

The obfstr! macro returns the deobfuscated string as a temporary value:

assert_eq!(obfstr::obfstr!("Hello 🌍"), "Hello 🌍");

The wide! macro provides compiletime utf16 string constants:

let expected = &['W' as u16, 'i' as u16, 'd' as u16, 'e' as u16, 0];
assert_eq!(obfstr::wide!("Wide\0"), expected);

The random! macro provides compiletime random values:

const RND: i32 = obfstr::random!(u8) as i32;
assert!(RND >= 0 && RND <= 255);

Compiletime random values are based on file!(), line!(), column!() and a fixed seed to ensure reproducibility. This fixed seed is stored as text in the environment variable OBFSTR_SEED and can be changed as desired.

License

Licensed under MIT License, see license.txt.

Contribution

Unless you explicitly state otherwise, any contribution intentionally submitted for inclusion in the work by you, shall be licensed as above, without any additional terms or conditions.

No runtime deps