pub struct AttributesData {
    pub attrs: AttrVec,
    pub tokens: LazyTokenStream,
}
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Stores the tokens for an attribute target, along with its attributes.

This is constructed during parsing when we need to capture tokens.

For example, #[cfg(FALSE)] struct Foo {} would have an attrs field containing the #[cfg(FALSE)] attr, and a tokens field storing the (unparsed) tokens struct Foo {}

Fields

attrs: AttrVec

Attributes, both outer and inner. These are stored in the original order that they were parsed in.

tokens: LazyTokenStream

The underlying tokens for the attribute target that attrs are applied to

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Size: 16 bytes