rustversion 1.0.0

Conditional compilation according to rustc compiler version
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This crate provides macros for conditional compilation according to rustc compiler version, analogous to #[cfg(...)] and #[cfg_attr(...)].

[dependencies]
rustversion = "1.0"

Selectors

  • #[rustversion::stable] True on any stable compiler.

  • #[rustversion::stable(1.34)] True on exactly the specified stable compiler.

  • #[rustversion::beta] True on any beta compiler.

  • #[rustversion::nightly] True on any nightly compiler or dev build.

  • #[rustversion::nightly(2019-01-01)] True on exactly one nightly.

  • #[rustversion::since(1.34)] True on that stable release and any later compiler, including beta and nightly.

  • #[rustversion::since(2019-01-01)] True on that nightly and all newer ones.

  • #[rustversion::before(version or date)] Negative of #[rustversion::since(...)].

  • #[rustversion::not(selector)] Negative of any selector; for example #[rustversion::not(nightly)].

  • #[rustversion::any(selectors...)] True if any of the comma-separated selectors is true; for example #[rustversion::any(stable, beta)].

  • #[rustversion::all(selectors...)] True if all of the comma-separated selectors are true; for example #[rustversion::all(since(1.31), before(1.34))].

  • #[rustversion::attr(selector, attribute)] For conditional inclusion of attributes; analogous to cfg_attr.

Use cases

Providing additional trait impls as types are stabilized in the standard library without breaking compatibility with older compilers; in this case Pin<P> stabilized in Rust 1.33:

#[rustversion::since(1.33)]
use std::pin::Pin;

#[rustversion::since(1.33)]
impl<P: MyTrait> MyTrait for Pin<P> {
    /* ... */
}

Similar but for language features; the ability to control alignment greater than 1 of packed structs was stabilized in Rust 1.33.

#[rustversion::attr(before(1.33), repr(packed))]
#[rustversion::attr(since(1.33), repr(packed(2)))]
struct Six(i16, i32);

fn main() {
    println!("{}", std::mem::align_of::<Six>());
}

Augmenting code with const as const impls are stabilized in the standard library. This use of const as an attribute is recognized as a special case by the rustversion::attr macro.

use std::time::Duration;

#[rustversion::attr(since(1.32), const)]
fn duration_as_days(dur: Duration) -> u64 {
    dur.as_secs() / 60 / 60 / 24
}

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