pub struct CodegenFnAttrs {
    pub flags: CodegenFnAttrFlags,
    pub inline: InlineAttr,
    pub optimize: OptimizeAttr,
    pub export_name: Option<Symbol>,
    pub link_name: Option<Symbol>,
    pub link_ordinal: Option<u16>,
    pub target_features: Vec<Symbol>,
    pub linkage: Option<Linkage>,
    pub link_section: Option<Symbol>,
    pub no_sanitize: SanitizerSet,
    pub instruction_set: Option<InstructionSetAttr>,
    pub alignment: Option<u32>,
}

Fields

flags: CodegenFnAttrFlagsinline: InlineAttr

Parsed representation of the #[inline] attribute

optimize: OptimizeAttr

Parsed representation of the #[optimize] attribute

export_name: Option<Symbol>

The #[export_name = "..."] attribute, indicating a custom symbol a function should be exported under

link_name: Option<Symbol>

The #[link_name = "..."] attribute, indicating a custom symbol an imported function should be imported as. Note that export_name probably isn’t set when this is set, this is for foreign items while #[export_name] is for Rust-defined functions.

link_ordinal: Option<u16>

The #[link_ordinal = "..."] attribute, indicating an ordinal an imported function has in the dynamic library. Note that this must not be set when link_name is set. This is for foreign items with the “raw-dylib” kind.

target_features: Vec<Symbol>

The #[target_feature(enable = "...")] attribute and the enabled features (only enabled features are supported right now).

linkage: Option<Linkage>

The #[linkage = "..."] attribute and the value we found.

link_section: Option<Symbol>

The #[link_section = "..."] attribute, or what executable section this should be placed in.

no_sanitize: SanitizerSet

The #[no_sanitize(...)] attribute. Indicates sanitizers for which instrumentation should be disabled inside the annotated function.

instruction_set: Option<InstructionSetAttr>

The #[instruction_set(set)] attribute. Indicates if the generated code should be generated against a specific instruction set. Only usable on architectures which allow switching between multiple instruction sets.

alignment: Option<u32>

The #[repr(align(...))] attribute. Indicates the value of which the function should be aligned to.

Implementations

Returns true if #[inline] or #[inline(always)] is present.

Returns true if it looks like this symbol needs to be exported, for example:

  • #[no_mangle] is present
  • #[export_name(...)] is present
  • #[linkage] is present

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