#str #string #cursor #grapheme #unicode

strcursor

Provides a string cursor type for seeking through a string whilst respecting grapheme cluster and code point boundaries

7 releases

Uses old Rust 2015

0.2.5 Mar 20, 2017
0.2.4 Mar 16, 2017
0.2.3 Mar 5, 2016
0.2.2 Feb 9, 2016
0.1.0 Jun 22, 2015

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strcursor

Note: This is something of a work-in-progress. It has tests, but hasn't been exhaustively vetted.

This crate provides a "cursor" type for string slices. It provides the ability to safely seek back and forth through a string without worrying about producing invalid UTF-8 sequences, or splitting grapheme clusters.

In addition, it provides types to represent single grapheme clusters (Gc) and GcBuf) as distinct from arbitrary string slices.

See the StrCursor type for details.

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Compatibility

strcursor is currently supported on rustc version 1.1.0 and higher.

  • rustc < 1.4 will use a larger, less space-efficient implementation of GcBuf; rather than being the same size as Box<str>, it will be the same size as String.

  • rustc < 1.1 is not supported, due to a mysterious compiler crash.

License

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Contribution

Unless you explicitly state otherwise, any contribution intentionally submitted for inclusion in the work by you shall be dual licensed as above, without any additional terms or conditions.

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