[][src]Crate flamer

A procedural attribute-macro to insert flame calls into code

The feature parity varies between versions of Rust:

  • On stable and beta, you can annotate functions with #[flame].
  • On nightly, you can also annotate modules with #[flame]. You will need to add #![feature(proc_macro_hygiene)] in the crate root (related issue).

Alas, currently you cannot annotate the whole crate. For details about why, see the custom inner attributes issue.

You can also annotate modules, functions or other items with #[noflame] to omit them from the flame tracing. For any given Rust version, the list of supported items for #[noflame] is the same as for #[flame].

Attribute Macros