[][src]Crate libtmplgen

libtmplgen can be used for querying different language-specific package managers and generating Void Linux build templates for them. Currently the following providers are supported:

Usage

The following will write a template for tmplgen in $XBPS_DISTDIR/srcpkgs/tmplgen/template

use libtmplgen::*;
use std::fs::File;
use std::io::prelude::*;

let template = TmplBuilder::new("tmplgen").get_type().unwrap().get_info().unwrap().generate(true).unwrap();

let mut file = File::create("./template").unwrap();
file.write_all(template.inner.as_bytes()).unwrap();

Wait. What? Here's a step-by-step example:

use libtmplgen::*;
use std::fs::File;
use std::io::prelude::*;

// Creates a new TmplBuilder for the pkg "tmplgen"
let mut tmpl_builder = TmplBuilder::new("tmplgen");
// Get the PkgType of this crate
tmpl_builder.get_type().unwrap();
// Get a PkgInfo struct of this crate
tmpl_builder.get_info().unwrap();
// Generate a [Template](crate::types::Template) which we can write later on
// The bool sets if we want the template to be prefixed with {perl-,ruby-,rust-}
let template = tmpl_builder.generate(true).unwrap();

// Create a file called "template" in the current dir
let mut file = File::create("./template").unwrap();
// Write the [Template](crate::types::Template) to the file we just created
file.write_all(template.inner.as_bytes()).unwrap();

See TmplBuilder for most of the exciting other stuff.

Re-exports

pub use crate::errors::*;
pub use crate::tmplwriter::*;
pub use crate::types::*;

Modules

errors
tmplwriter
types