pub enum FutureIncompatibilityReason {
    FutureReleaseErrorDontReportInDeps,
    FutureReleaseErrorReportInDeps,
    FutureReleaseSemanticsChange,
    EditionError(Edition),
    EditionSemanticsChange(Edition),
    Custom(&'static str),
}
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The reason for future incompatibility

Future-incompatible lints come in roughly two categories:

  1. There was a mistake in the compiler (such as a soundness issue), and we’re trying to fix it, but it may be a breaking change.
  2. A change across an Edition boundary, typically used for the introduction of new language features that can’t otherwise be introduced in a backwards-compatible way.

See https://rustc-dev-guide.rust-lang.org/bug-fix-procedure.html and https://rustc-dev-guide.rust-lang.org/diagnostics.html#future-incompatible-lints for more information.

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FutureReleaseErrorDontReportInDeps

This will be an error in a future release for all editions

This will not show up in cargo’s future breakage report. The warning will hence only be seen in local crates, not in dependencies.

Choose this variant when you are first introducing a “future incompatible” warning that is intended to eventually be fixed in the future. This allows crate developers an opportunity to fix the warning before blasting all dependents with a warning they can’t fix (dependents have to wait for a new release of the affected crate to be published).

After a lint has been in this state for a while, consider graduating it to FutureIncompatibilityReason::FutureReleaseErrorReportInDeps.

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FutureReleaseErrorReportInDeps

This will be an error in a future release, and Cargo should create a report even for dependencies

This is the only reason that will make future incompatibility warnings show up in cargo’s reports. All other future incompatibility warnings are not visible when they occur in a dependency.

Choose this variant after the lint has been sitting in the FutureIncompatibilityReason::FutureReleaseErrorDontReportInDeps state for a while, and you feel like it is ready to graduate to warning everyone. It is a good signal that it is ready if you can determine that all or most affected crates on crates.io have been updated.

After some period of time, lints with this variant can be turned into hard errors (and the lint removed). Preferably when there is some confidence that the number of impacted projects is very small (few should have a broken dependency in their dependency tree).

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FutureReleaseSemanticsChange

Code that changes meaning in some way in a future release.

Choose this variant when the semantics of existing code is changing, (as opposed to FutureIncompatibilityReason::FutureReleaseErrorDontReportInDeps, which is for when code is going to be rejected in the future).

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EditionError(Edition)

Previously accepted code that will become an error in the provided edition

Choose this variant for code that you want to start rejecting across an edition boundary. This will automatically include the lint in the rust-20xx-compatibility lint group, which is used by cargo fix --edition to do migrations. The lint should be auto-fixable with Applicability::MachineApplicable.

The lint can either be Allow or Warn by default. If it is Allow, users usually won’t see this warning unless they are doing an edition migration manually or there is a problem during the migration (cargo’s automatic migrations will force the level to Warn). If it is Warn by default, users on all editions will see this warning (only do this if you think it is important for everyone to be aware of the change, and to encourage people to update their code on all editions).

See also FutureIncompatibilityReason::EditionSemanticsChange if you have code that is changing semantics across the edition (as opposed to being rejected).

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EditionSemanticsChange(Edition)

Code that changes meaning in some way in the provided edition

This is the same as FutureIncompatibilityReason::EditionError, except for situations where the semantics change across an edition. It slightly changes the text of the diagnostic, but is otherwise the same.

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Custom(&'static str)

A custom reason.

Choose this variant if the built-in text of the diagnostic of the other variants doesn’t match your situation. This is behaviorally equivalent to FutureIncompatibilityReason::FutureReleaseErrorDontReportInDeps.

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impl Clone for FutureIncompatibilityReason

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fn clone(&self) -> FutureIncompatibilityReason

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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impl Debug for FutureIncompatibilityReason

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fn fmt(&self, f: &mut Formatter<'_>) -> Result

Formats the value using the given formatter. Read more
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impl Copy for FutureIncompatibilityReason

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Note: Most layout information is completely unstable and may even differ between compilations. The only exception is types with certain repr(...) attributes. Please see the Rust Reference's “Type Layout” chapter for details on type layout guarantees.

Size: 24 bytes

Size for each variant:

  • FutureReleaseErrorDontReportInDeps: 0 bytes
  • FutureReleaseErrorReportInDeps: 0 bytes
  • FutureReleaseSemanticsChange: 0 bytes
  • EditionError: 1 byte
  • EditionSemanticsChange: 1 byte
  • Custom: 23 bytes