[][src]Crate enclose

A convenient macro for cloning values into a closure.

Use

use enclose::enclose;

fn main() {
	let clone_data = 0;
	let add_data = 100;
	
	my_enclose( enclose!((mut clone_data, add_data) || {
		println!("#0 {:?}", clone_data);
		clone_data += add_data;
		println!("#1 {:?}", clone_data);
		
		assert_eq!(clone_data, 100);
	}));
	
	assert_eq!(clone_data, 0);
}

fn my_enclose<F: FnOnce() -> R, R>(a: F) -> R {
	a()
}

Use 1

use std::sync::Arc;
use std::sync::Mutex;
use std::thread;

use enclose::enclose;

fn main() {
	let mutex_data = Arc::new(Mutex::new( 0 ));
	let thread = thread::spawn( enclose!((mutex_data => d) move || {
		let mut lock = match d.lock() {
			Ok(a) => a,
			Err(e) => e.into_inner(),
		};
		*lock += 1;
	}));

	thread.join().unwrap();
	{
		let lock = match mutex_data.lock() {
			Ok(a) => a,
			Err(e) => e.into_inner(),
		};
		assert_eq!(*lock, 1);
	}
}

Use 2

use std::sync::Arc;
use std::sync::Mutex;
use std::sync::RwLock;
use std::thread;

use enclose::enclose;

fn main() {
	let data1 = Arc::new(Mutex::new( 0 ));
	let data2 = Arc::new(RwLock::new( (0, 2, 3, 4) ));

	let count_thread = 5;
	let mut waits = Vec::with_capacity(count_thread);

	for _a in 0..count_thread {
		waits.push({
			thread::spawn( enclose!((data1, data2) move || {
				//(data1, data2) -> 
				//let data1 = 'root.data1.clone();
				//let data2 = 'root.data2.clone();
				
				let mut v_lock = match data1.lock() {
					Ok(a) => a,
					Err(e) => e.into_inner(),
				};
				*v_lock += 1;

				drop( data2 ); //ignore warning
			}))
		});
	}
	for a in waits {
		a.join().unwrap();
	}
	
	
	{	
		//Check data1_lock
		let data1_lock = match data1.lock() {
			Ok(a) => a,
			Err(e) => e.into_inner(),
		};
		assert_eq!(*data1_lock, 5);
	}
	
	{	
		//Check data2_lock
		let data2_lock = match data2.write() {
			Ok(a) => a,
			Err(e) => e.into_inner(),
		};
		assert_eq!(*data2_lock, (0, 2, 3, 4));
	}
}

Use 3

use enclose::enclose;
use std::sync::Arc;

fn main() {
	let clone_data = Arc::new(0);
	let add_data = Arc::new(100);
	
	my_enclose( enclose!((mut *clone_data, *add_data) || {
		println!("#0 {:?}", clone_data);
		clone_data += add_data;
		println!("#1 {:?}", clone_data);
		
		assert_eq!(clone_data, 100);
	}));
	
	assert_eq!(*clone_data, 0);
}

fn my_enclose<F: FnOnce() -> R, R>(a: F) -> R {
	a()
}

Macros

enc

Macro for cloning values to close. Alternative short record.

enclose

Macro for cloning values to close.

run_enc

To create and start short circuit. Alternative short record.

run_enclose

To create and start short circuit.