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#42 in Value formatting
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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 = "2.0"
See the documentation for available functionality and examples.
The minimum supported Rust toolchain version is currently Rust 1.37.0.
However, the "min_const_generics" feature requires a nightly compiler.
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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