pub(crate) struct OutlivesConstraintSet<'tcx> {
    outlives: IndexVec<OutlivesConstraintIndex, OutlivesConstraint<'tcx>>,
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A set of NLL region constraints. These include “outlives” constraints of the form R1: R2. Each constraint is identified by a unique OutlivesConstraintIndex and you can index into the set (constraint_set[i]) to access the constraint details.


outlives: IndexVec<OutlivesConstraintIndex, OutlivesConstraint<'tcx>>


Constructs a “normal” graph from the constraint set; the graph makes it easy to find the constraints affecting a particular region.

N.B., this graph contains a “frozen” view of the current constraints. Any new constraints added to the OutlivesConstraintSet after the graph is built will not be present in the graph.

Like graph, but constraints a reverse graph where R1: R2 represents an edge R2 -> R1.

Computes cycles (SCCs) in the graph of regions. In particular, find all regions R1, R2 such that R1: R2 and R2: R1 and group them into an SCC, and find the relationships between SCCs.

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