#no-std

no-std zeroable

Provides a derive for bytemuck::Zeroable

4 releases

✓ Uses Rust 2018 edition

0.2.0 Dec 1, 2019
0.1.2 Nov 30, 2019
0.1.1 Nov 30, 2019
0.1.0 Nov 30, 2019

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Build Status

Provides a derive macro for bytemuck::Zeroable.

Derive Documentation

Here is the documentation for the Zeroable derive macro

Examples

Structs

Here are more struct examples


use zeroable::Zeroable;

#[derive(Debug,PartialEq,Zeroable)]
struct Point3D<T>{
    x:T,
    y:T,
    z:T,
}

assert_eq!( Point3D::zeroed() , Point3D{ x:0, y:0, z:0 } );

Enums

There are some restrictions for enums,documented in the Zeroable macro docs .

Here are more enum examples


use zeroable::Zeroable;

#[derive(Debug,PartialEq,Zeroable)]
#[repr(u8)]
enum Ternary{
    Undefined,
    False,
    True,
}

assert_eq!( Ternary::zeroed() , Ternary::Undefined );

Unions

There are some restrictions for unions,documented in the Zeroable macro docs .

Here are more union examples


use zeroable::Zeroable;

#[derive(Zeroable)]
union Signedness{
    signed:i8,
    unsigned:u8,
}

unsafe{
    assert_eq!( Signedness::zeroed().signed , 0_i8 );
    assert_eq!( Signedness::zeroed().unsigned , 0_u8 );
}

Features

  • "print_type": Slightly improved debugging, shows the type of T in AssertZeroable<T>'s ' Debug implementation

  • "nightly_docs": Makes the documentation examples that require Rust nightly run in doctests, and shows them as tested in the documentation.

#[no_std] support

This crate is #[no_std],and only requires the core library.

Changelog

The changelog is in the "Changelog.md" file.

Minimum Rust version

This crate support Rust back to 1.34.

Dependencies

~450–770KB
~17K SLoC