pub(crate) struct CrateMetadata {
Show 20 fields blob: MetadataBlob, root: CrateRoot, trait_impls: FxHashMap<(u32, DefIndex), LazyArray<(DefIndex, Option<SimplifiedType>)>>, incoherent_impls: FxHashMap<SimplifiedType, LazyArray<DefIndex>>, raw_proc_macros: Option<&'static [ProcMacro]>, source_map_import_info: Lock<Vec<Option<ImportedSourceFile>>>, def_path_hash_map: DefPathHashMapRef<'static>, expn_hash_map: OnceCell<UnhashMap<ExpnHash, ExpnIndex>>, alloc_decoding_state: AllocDecodingState, def_key_cache: Lock<FxHashMap<DefIndex, DefKey>>, def_path_hash_cache: Lock<FxHashMap<DefIndex, DefPathHash>>, cnum: CrateNum, cnum_map: IndexVec<CrateNum, CrateNum>, dependencies: Lock<Vec<CrateNum>>, dep_kind: Lock<CrateDepKind>, source: Lrc<CrateSource>, private_dep: bool, host_hash: Option<Svh>, hygiene_context: HygieneDecodeContext, extern_crate: Lock<Option<ExternCrate>>,


§blob: MetadataBlob

The primary crate data - binary metadata blob.

§root: CrateRoot

NOTE(eddyb) we pass 'static to a 'tcx parameter because this lifetime is only used behind LazyValue, LazyArray, or LazyTable, and therefore acts like a universal (for<'tcx>), that is paired up with whichever TyCtxt is being used to decode those values.

§trait_impls: FxHashMap<(u32, DefIndex), LazyArray<(DefIndex, Option<SimplifiedType>)>>

Trait impl data. FIXME: Used only from queries and can use query cache, so pre-decoding can probably be avoided.

§incoherent_impls: FxHashMap<SimplifiedType, LazyArray<DefIndex>>

Inherent impls which do not follow the normal coherence rules.

These can be introduced using either #![rustc_coherence_is_core] or #[rustc_allow_incoherent_impl].

§raw_proc_macros: Option<&'static [ProcMacro]>

Proc macro descriptions for this crate, if it’s a proc macro crate.

§source_map_import_info: Lock<Vec<Option<ImportedSourceFile>>>

Source maps for code from the crate.

§def_path_hash_map: DefPathHashMapRef<'static>

For every definition in this crate, maps its DefPathHash to its DefIndex.

§expn_hash_map: OnceCell<UnhashMap<ExpnHash, ExpnIndex>>

Likewise for ExpnHash.

§alloc_decoding_state: AllocDecodingState

Used for decoding interpret::AllocIds in a cached & thread-safe manner.

§def_key_cache: Lock<FxHashMap<DefIndex, DefKey>>

Caches decoded DefKeys.

§def_path_hash_cache: Lock<FxHashMap<DefIndex, DefPathHash>>

Caches decoded DefPathHashes.

§cnum: CrateNum

ID of this crate, from the current compilation session’s point of view.

§cnum_map: IndexVec<CrateNum, CrateNum>

Maps crate IDs as they are were seen from this crate’s compilation sessions into IDs as they are seen from the current compilation session.

§dependencies: Lock<Vec<CrateNum>>

Same ID set as cnum_map plus maybe some injected crates like panic runtime.

§dep_kind: Lock<CrateDepKind>

How to link (or not link) this crate to the currently compiled crate.

§source: Lrc<CrateSource>

Filesystem location of this crate.

§private_dep: bool

Whether or not this crate should be consider a private dependency for purposes of the ‘exported_private_dependencies’ lint

§host_hash: Option<Svh>

The hash for the host proc macro. Used to support -Z dual-proc-macro.

§hygiene_context: HygieneDecodeContext

Additional data used for decoding HygieneData (e.g. SyntaxContext and ExpnId). Note that we store a HygieneDecodeContext for each CrateMetadat. This is because SyntaxContext ids are not globally unique, so we need to track which ids we’ve decoded on a per-crate basis.

§extern_crate: Lock<Option<ExternCrate>>

Information about the extern crate item or path that caused this crate to be loaded. If this is None, then the crate was injected (e.g., by the allocator).


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