Struct rustc_data_structures::graph::vec_graph::VecGraph

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pub struct VecGraph<N: Idx, const BR: bool = false> {
    node_starts: IndexVec<N, usize>,
    edge_targets: Vec<N>,
}
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A directed graph, efficient for cases where node indices are pre-existing.

If BR is true, the graph will store back-references, allowing you to get predecessors.

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§node_starts: IndexVec<N, usize>

Indices into edge_targets that signify a start of list of edges.

§edge_targets: Vec<N>

Targets (or sources for back refs) of edges

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impl<N: Idx + Ord, const BR: bool> VecGraph<N, BR>

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pub fn new(num_nodes: usize, edge_pairs: Vec<(N, N)>) -> Self

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pub fn successors(&self, source: N) -> &[N]

Gets the successors for source as a slice.

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impl<N: Idx + Ord> VecGraph<N, true>

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pub fn predecessors(&self, target: N) -> &[N]

Gets the predecessors for target as a slice.

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impl<N: Idx, const BR: bool> DirectedGraph for VecGraph<N, BR>

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type Node = N

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fn num_nodes(&self) -> usize

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impl<N: Idx, const BR: bool> NumEdges for VecGraph<N, BR>

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impl<N: Idx + Ord> Predecessors for VecGraph<N, true>

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fn predecessors(&self, node: Self::Node) -> impl Iterator<Item = Self::Node>

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impl<N: Idx + Ord, const BR: bool> Successors for VecGraph<N, BR>

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fn successors(&self, node: N) -> impl Iterator<Item = Self::Node>

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impl<N, const BR: bool> DynSend for VecGraph<N, BR>
where N: DynSend,

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impl<N, const BR: bool> DynSync for VecGraph<N, BR>
where N: DynSync,

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impl<N, const BR: bool> Freeze for VecGraph<N, BR>

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impl<N, const BR: bool> RefUnwindSafe for VecGraph<N, BR>
where N: RefUnwindSafe,

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impl<N, const BR: bool> Send for VecGraph<N, BR>
where N: Send,

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impl<N, const BR: bool> Sync for VecGraph<N, BR>
where N: Sync,

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impl<N, const BR: bool> Unpin for VecGraph<N, BR>
where N: Unpin,

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impl<N, const BR: bool> UnwindSafe for VecGraph<N, BR>
where N: UnwindSafe,

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Size: 48 bytes