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serde_url_params

URL parameters serialization

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Serde URL Params

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Serialization of URL parameters from Rust structs.

Example

#[derive(Debug, Serialize)]
enum Filter { New, Registered, Blocked }

#[derive(Debug, Serialize)]
struct Params {
    cursor: Option<usize>,
    per_page: Option<usize>,
    username: String,
    filter: Vec<Filter>,
}

let params = Params {
    cursor: Some(42),
    per_page: None,
    username: String::from("boxdot"),
    filter: vec![Filter::New, Filter::Blocked],
};
assert_eq!(
    serde_url_params::to_string(&params).unwrap(),
    "cursor=42&username=boxdot&filter=New&filter=Blocked"
);

License

Contribution

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