debugtrace 0.1.0

Enables backtraces to be attached to values in debug and test builds without incurring a cost in release or bench builds

Crate debugtrace [] [src]

This crate enables backtraces to be attached to values in debug and test builds without incurring a cost in release or bench builds.

It uses the selected build-profile to determine if backtraces should be collected. On debug and test backtraces are collected and will be printed if the value is printed using fmt::Debug ({:?}). In release and bench profiles Trace will only be a newtype wrapper making it zero-overhead.

Note that this crate operates under the same restrictions that backtrace does which means that file and line-number information is not always available.

Installation

[dependencies]
debugtrace = "0.1.0"

Usage

extern crate debugtrace;

use debugtrace::Trace;

fn foo() -> Trace<u32> {
    Trace::new(123)
}

fn main () {
    let e = foo();

    println!("{:?}", e);
}

This will output something like the following when built with debug or test profiles:

123 at
   0       0x104f888d8 - foo::h83f9455bde0e24228Oe (src/main.rs:6)
   1       0x104f8978b - main::hd70e3ccce038deb2gPe (src/main.rs:10)
   2       0x104f9c312 - sys_common::unwind::try::try_fn::h4103587514840227558 (<unknown>:<unknown>)
   3       0x104f9ab48 - __rust_try (<unknown>:<unknown>)
   4       0x104f9c1b9 - rt::lang_start::h216753457f385fdaJCx (<unknown>:<unknown>)
   5       0x104f8fb69 - main (<unknown>:<unknown>)

When built using release or bench profiles it will not collect any backtrace and will only output:

123

Features

  • backtrace:

    This will force backtraces to be collected no matter what profile is used. It also includes the Trace::resolve() method to programmatically obtain the stacktrace.

Structs

Trace

Wrapper type containing a value and the backtrace to the address where it was wrapped.

Type Definitions

Result

Type-alias to make it easier to slot in tracing of errors.