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The current version of PeakAlloc is 0.2.1.

0.1.0 (older version) Rating: Positive Thoroughness: Low Understanding: Medium

by kornelski on 2021-10-05

It really is a thin wrapper around System.alloc (too bad it can't wrap other allocators) has been able to verify that all files in the crate's tarball are in the crate's repository. Please note that this check is still in beta, and absence of this confirmation does not mean that the files don't match.

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To review the actual code of the crate, it's best to use cargo crev open peak_alloc. Alternatively, you can download the tarball of peak_alloc v0.2.1 or view the source online.