[][src]Crate quickscope

This crate contains two data structures for representing variable scopes: ScopeMap and ScopeSet. They are analogous to HashMap and HashSet, but the main difference is that they store their data in multiple "layers", or scopes.

When created, the ScopeMap and ScopeSet start with one base layer, which cannot be removed. Additional layers can be added with push_layer(), and removed with pop_layer(). Removing a layer removes the entries defined on it.

ScopeMap is ideal for representing variable scopes and associated values, while ScopeSet is more suitable for simply representing the presence of variables and their scopes.


use quickscope::*;

let mut vars = ScopeMap::new();
// Define two variables in main scope
vars.define("a", 1);
vars.define("b", 2);
// Add a child scope
// Override value of `a`
vars.define("a", 3);
assert_eq!(Some(&3), vars.get("a"));
assert_eq!(Some(&2), vars.get("b"));
// Remove child scope
// Value of `a` is no longer overridden
assert_eq!(Some(&1), vars.get("a"));



A layered hash map for representing scoped variables and their values.


A layered hash set for representing the scopes of variables.