pub(super) enum MatcherLoc {
    Token {
        token: Token,
    },
    Delimited,
    Sequence {
        op: KleeneOp,
        num_metavar_decls: usize,
        idx_first_after: usize,
        next_metavar: usize,
        seq_depth: usize,
    },
    SequenceKleeneOpNoSep {
        op: KleeneOp,
        idx_first: usize,
    },
    SequenceSep {
        separator: Token,
    },
    SequenceKleeneOpAfterSep {
        idx_first: usize,
    },
    MetaVarDecl {
        span: Span,
        bind: Ident,
        kind: Option<NonterminalKind>,
        next_metavar: usize,
        seq_depth: usize,
    },
    Eof,
}
Expand description

A unit within a matcher that a MatcherPos can refer to. Similar to (and derived from) mbe::TokenTree, but designed specifically for fast and easy traversal during matching. Notable differences to mbe::TokenTree:

  • It is non-recursive, i.e. there is no nesting.
  • The end pieces of each sequence (the separator, if present, and the Kleene op) are represented explicitly, as is the very end of the matcher.

This means a matcher can be represented by &[MatcherLoc], and traversal mostly involves simply incrementing the current matcher position index by one.

Variants

Token

Fields

token: Token

Delimited

Sequence

Fields

num_metavar_decls: usize
idx_first_after: usize
next_metavar: usize
seq_depth: usize

SequenceKleeneOpNoSep

Fields

idx_first: usize

SequenceSep

Fields

separator: Token

SequenceKleeneOpAfterSep

Fields

idx_first: usize

MetaVarDecl

Fields

span: Span
bind: Ident
next_metavar: usize
seq_depth: usize

Eof

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Size: 40 bytes

Size for each variant:

  • Token: 31 bytes
  • Delimited: 0 bytes
  • Sequence: 39 bytes
  • SequenceKleeneOpNoSep: 15 bytes
  • SequenceSep: 31 bytes
  • SequenceKleeneOpAfterSep: 15 bytes
  • MetaVarDecl: 39 bytes
  • Eof: 0 bytes