pub struct EdgeFilter {
    pub source: DepNodeFilter,
    pub target: DepNodeFilter,
    pub index_to_node: Lock<FxHashMap<DepNodeIndex, DepNode>>,
}
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A filter like F -> G where F and G are valid dep-node filters. This can be used to test the source/target independently.

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§source: DepNodeFilter§target: DepNodeFilter§index_to_node: Lock<FxHashMap<DepNodeIndex, DepNode>>

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impl EdgeFilter

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pub fn new(test: &str) -> Result<EdgeFilter, Box<dyn Error>>

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pub fn test(&self, source: &DepNode, target: &DepNode) -> bool

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