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nightly staticvec

Implements a fixed-capacity stack-allocated Vec alternative backed by an array, using const generics

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Latest Version Rustc Version nightly

Implements a fixed-capacity stack-allocated Vec alternative backed by an array, using const generics.

Note: the word "static" here is meant by the traditional definition of "unchanging" / "not dynamic" etc.

This crate does not use literal static variables for anything.

Fully #![no_std] compatible (with almost no loss of functionality) by setting default-features = false for the staticvec dependency in your Cargo.toml.

Optional support for serialization and deserialization of the StaticVec struct via serde is available by activating the serde_support feature.

Contributions/suggestions/etc. very welcome!

Minimum supported Rust version: due to the use of const generics, this is a nightly-only crate at the moment.

Known issues: Incremental linking is, currently, an acknowledged cause of "internal compiler errors" when used in conjunction with const generics. If you encounter any while trying to use this crate, there's a relatively good chance they can be worked around by setting incremental = false for the relevant build profile in your Cargo.toml.

A basic usage example:

use staticvec::*;

fn main() {
  let mut v = StaticVec::<i32, 64>::new();
  for i in 0..v.capacity() {
    v.push(i as i32);
  for i in &v {
    println!("{}", i);
  v.insert(0, 47);
  v.insert(1, 48);
  v.insert(2, 49);
  v.insert(v.len() - 1, 50);
  v.insert(v.len() - 2, 51);
  v.insert(v.len() - 3, 52);
  for i in &v {
    println!("{}", i);
  for i in &v.reversed().drain(2..4) {
    println!("{}", i);
  while v.is_not_empty() {
    println!("{}", v.remove(0));
  for f in staticvec![12.0, 14.0, 15.0, 16.0].iter().skip(2) {
    println!("{}", f);
  for v in &staticvec![
    staticvec![12.0, 14.0],
    staticvec![16.0, 18.0],
    staticvec![20.0, 22.0],
    staticvec![24.0, 26.0]
  ] {
    for f in v.iter().skip(1) {
      println!("{}", f);


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