This is achieved by a procedural macro, which generates `macro_rules!` macros.
One way of understanding `metastruct` is as a shortcut to writing your own derive macros. If
you have a trait that you'd like to implement on a one-off basis, metastruct can help you write
that implementation without a derive macro.
This library is currently under construction and should not be considered stable.
There's currently no documentation aside from a few scant code comments and examples/tests.
Metastruct is Rust library for metaprogramming with struct fields.
Some of the things you can do with `metastruct` include: