regex 1.3.6

An implementation of regular expressions for Rust. This implementation uses finite automata and guarantees linear time matching on all inputs.
[package]
name = "regex"
version = "1.3.6"  #:version
authors = ["The Rust Project Developers"]
license = "MIT OR Apache-2.0"
readme = "README.md"
repository = "https://github.com/rust-lang/regex"
documentation = "https://docs.rs/regex"
homepage = "https://github.com/rust-lang/regex"
description = """
An implementation of regular expressions for Rust. This implementation uses
finite automata and guarantees linear time matching on all inputs.
"""
categories = ["text-processing"]
autotests = false
exclude = ["/scripts/*", "/.github/*"]

[workspace]
members = [
  "bench", "regex-capi", "regex-debug", "regex-syntax",
]

[lib]
# There are no benchmarks in the library code itself
bench = false
# Doc tests fail when some features aren't present. The easiest way to work
# around this is to disable automatic doc testing, but explicitly test them
# with `cargo test --doc`.
doctest = false

# Features are documented in the "Crate features" section of the crate docs:
# https://docs.rs/regex/*/#crate-features
[features]
default = ["std", "perf", "unicode"]

# ECOSYSTEM FEATURES

# The 'std' feature permits the regex crate to use the standard library. This
# is intended to support future use cases where the regex crate may be able
# to compile without std, and instead just rely on 'core' and 'alloc' (for
# example). Currently, this isn't supported, and removing the 'std' feature
# will prevent regex from compiling.
std = []
# The 'use_std' feature is DEPRECATED. It will be removed in regex 2. Until
# then, it is an alias for the 'std' feature.
use_std = ["std"]


# PERFORMANCE FEATURES

# Enables all performance features.
perf = ["perf-cache", "perf-dfa", "perf-inline", "perf-literal"]
# Enables fast caching. (If disabled, caching is still used, but is slower.)
perf-cache = ["thread_local"]
# Enables use of a lazy DFA when possible.
perf-dfa = []
# Enables aggressive use of inlining.
perf-inline = []
# Enables literal optimizations.
perf-literal = ["aho-corasick", "memchr"]


# UNICODE DATA FEATURES

# Enables all Unicode features. This expands if new Unicode features are added.
unicode = [
  "unicode-age",
  "unicode-bool",
  "unicode-case",
  "unicode-gencat",
  "unicode-perl",
  "unicode-script",
  "unicode-segment",
]
# Enables use of the `Age` property, e.g., `\p{Age:3.0}`.
unicode-age = ["regex-syntax/unicode-age"]
# Enables use of a smattering of boolean properties, e.g., `\p{Emoji}`.
unicode-bool = ["regex-syntax/unicode-bool"]
# Enables Unicode-aware case insensitive matching, e.g., `(?i)β`.
unicode-case = ["regex-syntax/unicode-case"]
# Enables Unicode general categories, e.g., `\p{Letter}` or `\pL`.
unicode-gencat = ["regex-syntax/unicode-gencat"]
# Enables Unicode-aware Perl classes corresponding to `\w`, `\s` and `\d`.
unicode-perl = ["regex-syntax/unicode-perl"]
# Enables Unicode scripts and script extensions, e.g., `\p{Greek}`.
unicode-script = ["regex-syntax/unicode-script"]
# Enables Unicode segmentation properties, e.g., `\p{gcb=Extend}`.
unicode-segment = ["regex-syntax/unicode-segment"]


# UNSTABLE FEATURES (requires Rust nightly)

# A blanket feature that governs whether unstable features are enabled or not.
# Unstable features are disabled by default, and typically rely on unstable
# features in rustc itself.
unstable = ["pattern"]

# Enable to use the unstable pattern traits defined in std. This is enabled
# by default if the unstable feature is enabled.
pattern = []

# For very fast prefix literal matching.
[dependencies.aho-corasick]
version = "0.7.6"
optional = true

# For skipping along search text quickly when a leading byte is known.
[dependencies.memchr]
version = "2.2.1"
optional = true

# For managing regex caches quickly across multiple threads.
[dependencies.thread_local]
version = "1"
optional = true

# For parsing regular expressions.
[dependencies.regex-syntax]
path = "regex-syntax"
version = "0.6.17"
default-features = false

[dev-dependencies]
# For examples.
lazy_static = "1"
# For property based tests.
quickcheck = { version = "0.8", default-features = false }
# For generating random test data.
rand = "0.6.5"
# To check README's example
doc-comment = "0.3"

# Run the test suite on the default behavior of Regex::new.
# This includes a mish mash of NFAs and DFAs, which are chosen automatically
# based on the regex. We test both of the NFA implementations by forcing their
# usage with the test definitions below. (We can't test the DFA implementations
# in the same way since they can't be used for every regex tested.)
[[test]]
path = "tests/test_default.rs"
name = "default"

# The same as the default tests, but run on bytes::Regex.
[[test]]
path = "tests/test_default_bytes.rs"
name = "default-bytes"

# Run the test suite on the NFA algorithm over Unicode codepoints.
[[test]]
path = "tests/test_nfa.rs"
name = "nfa"

# Run the test suite on the NFA algorithm over bytes that match UTF-8 only.
[[test]]
path = "tests/test_nfa_utf8bytes.rs"
name = "nfa-utf8bytes"

# Run the test suite on the NFA algorithm over arbitrary bytes.
[[test]]
path = "tests/test_nfa_bytes.rs"
name = "nfa-bytes"

# Run the test suite on the backtracking engine over Unicode codepoints.
[[test]]
path = "tests/test_backtrack.rs"
name = "backtrack"

# Run the test suite on the backtracking engine over bytes that match UTF-8
# only.
[[test]]
path = "tests/test_backtrack_utf8bytes.rs"
name = "backtrack-utf8bytes"

# Run the test suite on the backtracking engine over arbitrary bytes.
[[test]]
path = "tests/test_backtrack_bytes.rs"
name = "backtrack-bytes"

# Run all backends against each regex found on crates.io and make sure
# that they all do the same thing.
[[test]]
path = "tests/test_crates_regex.rs"
name = "crates-regex"

[profile.release]
debug = true

[profile.bench]
debug = true

[profile.test]
debug = true