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This is a library to display simple errors in colorful, rustc-like way. It can't show multi-line errors or draw arrows between parts of code, but its interface is simple and easy to use. If you want something more complex, you probably should use annotate-snippets, which is used by rustc itself.
Entry point of this library is
AnnotationList. You should create it, add some errors
and then use
Stylesheet to display the message.
Apache License, Version 2.0 or MIT license at your option.
let mut list = AnnotationList::new("hello.txt", "Hello world!"); list .warning(4..7, "punctuation problem", "you probably forgot a comma")? .info(0..0, "consider adding some translations", None)?; assert_eq!(list.to_string()?, r#" warning: punctuation problem --> hello.txt:1:5 | 1 | Hello world! | ^^^ you probably forgot a comma info: consider adding some translations --> hello.txt:1:1 | 1 | Hello world! | "#);
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