[][src]Crate my_pretty_failure

my-pretty-failure

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my-pretty-failure display failure (and context) in an elegant way

Example n°1

With defaut option

This example is not tested
extern crate my_pretty_failure;
use my_pretty_failure::myprettyfailure;
fn main() {
    let err = err1().unwrap_err(); // your failure
    println!("{}", myprettyfailure(&err)); // or panic!
}

console output

🔥 error
---------------------------------------------------------
a long err1
---------------------------------------------------------
 ▶ caused by: a very long err2
  ▶ caused by: an another deep err3
---------------------------------------------------------

Example n°2

With your options

This example is not tested
extern crate my_pretty_failure;
use my_pretty_failure::{myprettyfailure_option, MyPrettyFailurePrint};
extern crate yansi; // or ansi_term, colored ...
fn main() {
    let err = err1().unwrap_err(); // your failure
    println!("{}", myprettyfailure_option(MyPrettyFailurePrint {
        head: format!("🔔 my pretty app catch an {}", yansi::Paint::red("error")),
        separator: "- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -".to_string(),
        causedby: "context".to_string(),
    }, &err));
}

console output

🔔 my pretty app catch an error
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
a long err1
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
 ▶ context: a very long err2
  ▶ context: an another deep err3
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

github: https://github.com/AlbanMinassian/my-pretty-failure

Structs

MyPrettyFailurePrint

Functions

myprettyfailure

display failure (and context) with default options in an elegant way

myprettyfailure_option

display failure (and context) with your options in an elegant way