#nlp #unsafe #lifetime

bin+lib rust_hero

Rust assistant that utilizes NLP to enhance the quality of rust code

6 releases

0.5.2 Oct 31, 2022
0.5.1 Oct 31, 2022
0.4.2 Oct 13, 2022

#798 in Cryptography

Apache-2.0

76KB
977 lines

Additional toolings for rust

rust_hero is a rust assistant that utilizes NLP to enhance the quality of rust code. It supports unsafe and lifetime (todo) prediction.

[dependencies]
rust_hero = "0.5"

Classify unsafe Rust code

For each function in Rust, the unsafe keyword utilizes the unsafe superpowers. However, the unsafe keyword is not necessary if it can be taken out while the program is compiled successfully.

rust_hero infers the necessity of unsafe keywords without the need of recompiling. rust_hero trains a microsoft/codebert based model and take advantage of bert's strong reasoning capability to inference the necessity of unsafe.

Declaration

Implementation of the language query in this project is based on BrianHicks/tree-grepper.

Performance

It costs 2.06s and 2.90s on average for rust_hero inferencing one rust file on Intel I7-12700K CPU and NVIDIA 3080 12GB GPU, seperately.

rust_hero written in Rust achieves up to 6.58X and 13.04X performance speedup over rust_hero written in Python language for GPU and CPU, seperately. Inference speedup

Inference speedup of rust_hero in Rust over rust_hero in Python

Installation

Runtime dependencies for rust_hero

sudo apt install build-essential cmake pkg-config libssl-dev wget zip git

Download the tree-grepper vendor (cargo build also download the vendor automatically):

bash ./scripts/runtime.sh

It uses libtorch-1.12.0 (See rust-bert) to inference rust_hero. Download the libtorch with CPU or CUDA from following links:

CPU: https://download.pytorch.org/libtorch/cpu/libtorch-cxx11-abi-shared-with-deps-1.12.0%2Bcpu.zip
CUDA: https://download.pytorch.org/libtorch/cu116/libtorch-cxx11-abi-shared-with-deps-1.12.0%2Bcu116.zip

Unzip the file and set the environment path in .bashrc:

export LIBTORCH=$libtorchDir$/libtorch
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=${LIBTORCH}/lib:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH
source .bashrc

or in 'envConfig' of work directory:

export LIBTORCH=$libtorchDir$/libtorch
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=${LIBTORCH}/lib:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH
source envConfig

Prepare rust data for rust_hero test (optional):

50 rust files for testing is elaboratly selected from open-source rust project including on rust-openssl, tokio, anyhow, hyper, rand, regex and rayon:

bash ./scripts/prepare_data.sh

Example usage for rust_hero:

cargo run data/error.rs

rust_hero also supports classifling all rust files of one directory:

cargo run data/

Dependencies

~26–40MB
~681K SLoC