futures-macro 0.3.28

The futures-rs procedural macro implementations.
use proc_macro::TokenStream;
use proc_macro2::Span;
use quote::{quote, quote_spanned, ToTokens};

pub(crate) fn test(args: TokenStream, item: TokenStream) -> TokenStream {
    if !args.is_empty() {
        return syn::Error::new_spanned(proc_macro2::TokenStream::from(args), "invalid argument")

    let mut input = syn::parse_macro_input!(item as syn::ItemFn);

    if input.sig.asyncness.take().is_none() {
        return syn::Error::new_spanned(input.sig.fn_token, "Only async functions are supported")

    // If type mismatch occurs, the current rustc points to the last statement.
    let (last_stmt_start_span, last_stmt_end_span) = {
        let mut last_stmt = input
        // `Span` on stable Rust has a limitation that only points to the first
        // token, not the whole tokens. We can work around this limitation by
        // using the first/last span of the tokens like
        // `syn::Error::new_spanned` does.
        let start = last_stmt.next().map_or_else(Span::call_site, |t| t.span());
        let end = last_stmt.last().map_or(start, |t| t.span());
        (start, end)

    let path = quote_spanned! {last_stmt_start_span=>
    let body = &input.block;
    input.block.stmts = vec![syn::Stmt::Expr(
        syn::parse2(quote_spanned! {last_stmt_end_span=>
            #path::block_on(async #body)

    let gen = quote! {