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|3.1.1||Jun 15, 2022|
|3.1.0||Mar 26, 2022|
|3.0.0||Sep 6, 2021|
|2.0.0||Dec 27, 2020|
|0.1.1||May 23, 2020|
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This crate allows quoting strings for use in output. It works similarly to
str::escape_debug, but the result is meant to be shown to users. Simply
Quote::quote on an argument passed to
println! or a similar macro
to quote it.
One of the primary uses for this crate is displaying paths losslessly. Since
Path has no
Display implementation, it is usually output by calling
Path::to_string_lossy beforehand. However, both of
those methods are lossy; they replace all invalid characters with
REPLACEMENT_CHARACTER. This crate escapes those invalid characters instead,
allowing them to always be displayed correctly.
Add the following lines to your "Cargo.toml" file:
[dependencies] uniquote = "3.1"
See the documentation for available functionality and examples.
The minimum supported Rust toolchain version is currently Rust 1.52.0.
Minor version updates may increase this version requirement. However, the previous two Rust releases will always be supported. If the minimum Rust version must not be increased, use a tilde requirement to prevent updating this crate's minor version:
[dependencies] uniquote = "~3.1"
Licensing terms are specified in COPYRIGHT.
Unless you explicitly state otherwise, any contribution submitted for inclusion in this crate, as defined in LICENSE-APACHE, shall be licensed according to COPYRIGHT, without any additional terms or conditions.
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