Crate envcache[][src]

🏴‍☠️ envcache

The envcache crate (environment cache) lets users cache environmental variables in a script, so that subsequent calls to cargo are not required to be ran with the same variable specified.

For example, let’s assume you have a that requires SOME_VAR to be specified for work. Maybe its a path to some library that lives outside of the Rust ecosystem (like LLVM):

SOME_VAR=42 cargo test
cargo clippy # Will fail because SOME_VAR is not set

This would fail because the run to cargo clippy requires that it is run with SOME_VAR=42. With the envcache, we can use a that ensures this will run:

use envcache;
let mut envcache = envcache::EnvCache::new();

Now if we run this again:

SOME_VAR=42 cargo test
cargo clippy # SOME_VAR will be 42

You can change a previously set cached variable by simply re-specifying it on the command line:

SOME_VAR=42 cargo test
SOME_VAR=13 cargo test
cargo test # SOME_VAR will be 13!

Note that running cargo clean will remove any previously cached variables, so running:

SOME_VAR=42 cargo test
cargo clippy # Will work because we've cached SOME_VAR
cargo clean
cargo test # Will fail because SOME_VAR won't be set