Struct rustc_span::SourceFileDiffs

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pub struct SourceFileDiffs {
    pub(crate) bytes_per_diff: usize,
    pub(crate) num_diffs: usize,
    pub(crate) raw_diffs: Vec<u8>,
}
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The source file lines in difference list form. This matches the form used within metadata, which saves space by exploiting the fact that the lines list is sorted and individual lines are usually not that long.

We read it directly from metadata and only decode it into Lines form when necessary. This is a significant performance win, especially for small crates where very little of std’s metadata is used.

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§bytes_per_diff: usize

Always 1, 2, or 4. Always as small as possible, while being big enough to hold the length of the longest line in the source file. The 1 case is by far the most common.

§num_diffs: usize

The number of diffs encoded in raw_diffs. Always one less than the number of lines in the source file.

§raw_diffs: Vec<u8>

The diffs in “raw” form. Each segment of bytes_per_diff length encodes one little-endian diff. Note that they aren’t LEB128 encoded. This makes for much faster decoding. Besides, the bytes_per_diff==1 case is by far the most common, and LEB128 encoding has no effect on that case.

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impl Clone for SourceFileDiffs

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fn clone(&self) -> SourceFileDiffs

Returns a copy of the value. Read more
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fn clone_from(&mut self, source: &Self)

Performs copy-assignment from source. Read more

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Size: 40 bytes