pub struct Options {
Show 36 fields pub crate_types: Vec<CrateType>, pub optimize: OptLevel, pub debug_assertions: bool, pub debuginfo: DebugInfo, pub lint_opts: Vec<(String, Level)>, pub lint_cap: Option<Level>, pub describe_lints: bool, pub output_types: OutputTypes, pub search_paths: Vec<SearchPath>, pub libs: Vec<NativeLib>, pub maybe_sysroot: Option<PathBuf>, pub target_triple: TargetTriple, pub test: bool, pub error_format: ErrorOutputType, pub diagnostic_width: Option<usize>, pub incremental: Option<PathBuf>, pub assert_incr_state: Option<IncrementalStateAssertion>, pub unstable_opts: UnstableOptions, pub prints: Vec<PrintRequest>, pub cg: CodegenOptions, pub externs: Externs, pub crate_name: Option<String>, pub unstable_features: UnstableFeatures, pub actually_rustdoc: bool, pub resolve_doc_links: ResolveDocLinks, pub trimmed_def_paths: TrimmedDefPaths, pub cli_forced_codegen_units: Option<usize>, pub cli_forced_local_thinlto_off: bool, pub remap_path_prefix: Vec<(PathBuf, PathBuf)>, pub real_rust_source_base_dir: Option<PathBuf>, pub edition: Edition, pub json_artifact_notifications: bool, pub json_unused_externs: JsonUnusedExterns, pub json_future_incompat: bool, pub pretty: Option<PpMode>, pub working_dir: RealFileName,
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The top-level command-line options struct.

For each option, one has to specify how it behaves with regard to the dependency tracking system of incremental compilation. This is done via the square-bracketed directive after the field type. The options are:

  • [TRACKED] A change in the given field will cause the compiler to completely clear the incremental compilation cache before proceeding.

  • [TRACKED_NO_CRATE_HASH] Same as [TRACKED], but will not affect the crate hash. This is useful for options that only affect the incremental cache.

  • [UNTRACKED] Incremental compilation is not influenced by this option.

  • [SUBSTRUCT] Second-level sub-structs containing more options.

If you add a new option to this struct or one of the sub-structs like CodegenOptions, think about how it influences incremental compilation. If in doubt, specify [TRACKED], which is always “correct” but might lead to unnecessary re-compilation.


§crate_types: Vec<CrateType>

The crate config requested for the session, which may be combined with additional crate configurations during the compile process.

§optimize: OptLevel§debug_assertions: bool

Include the debug_assertions flag in dependency tracking, since it can influence whether overflow checks are done or not.

§debuginfo: DebugInfo§lint_opts: Vec<(String, Level)>§lint_cap: Option<Level>§describe_lints: bool§output_types: OutputTypes§search_paths: Vec<SearchPath>§libs: Vec<NativeLib>§maybe_sysroot: Option<PathBuf>§target_triple: TargetTriple§test: bool§error_format: ErrorOutputType§diagnostic_width: Option<usize>§incremental: Option<PathBuf>

If Some, enable incremental compilation, using the given directory to store intermediate results.

§assert_incr_state: Option<IncrementalStateAssertion>§unstable_opts: UnstableOptions§prints: Vec<PrintRequest>§cg: CodegenOptions§externs: Externs§crate_name: Option<String>§unstable_features: UnstableFeatures

Indicates how the compiler should treat unstable features.

§actually_rustdoc: bool

Indicates whether this run of the compiler is actually rustdoc. This is currently just a hack and will be removed eventually, so please try to not rely on this too much.

§resolve_doc_links: ResolveDocLinks

Whether name resolver should resolve documentation links.

§trimmed_def_paths: TrimmedDefPaths

Control path trimming.

§cli_forced_codegen_units: Option<usize>

Specifications of codegen units / ThinLTO which are forced as a result of parsing command line options. These are not necessarily what rustc was invoked with, but massaged a bit to agree with commands like --emit llvm-ir which they’re often incompatible with if we otherwise use the defaults of rustc.

§cli_forced_local_thinlto_off: bool§remap_path_prefix: Vec<(PathBuf, PathBuf)>

Remap source path prefixes in all output (messages, object files, debug, etc.).

§real_rust_source_base_dir: Option<PathBuf>

Base directory containing the src/ for the Rust standard library, and potentially rustc as well, if we can find it. Right now it’s always $sysroot/lib/rustlib/src/rust (i.e. the rustup rust-src component).

This directory is what the virtual /rustc/$hash is translated back to, if Rust was built with path remapping to /rustc/$hash enabled (the rust.remap-debuginfo option in config.toml).

§edition: Edition§json_artifact_notifications: bool

true if we’re emitting JSON blobs about each artifact produced by the compiler.

§json_unused_externs: JsonUnusedExterns

true if we’re emitting a JSON blob containing the unused externs

§json_future_incompat: bool

true if we’re emitting a JSON job containing a future-incompat report for lints

§pretty: Option<PpMode>§working_dir: RealFileName

The (potentially remapped) working directory



impl Options


pub fn build_dep_graph(&self) -> bool

Returns true if there is a reason to build the dep graph.


pub fn file_path_mapping(&self) -> FilePathMapping


pub fn will_create_output_file(&self) -> bool

Returns true if there will be an output file generated.


pub fn share_generics(&self) -> bool


pub fn get_symbol_mangling_version(&self) -> SymbolManglingVersion


pub fn incremental_relative_spans(&self) -> bool


impl Options


pub fn dep_tracking_hash(&self, for_crate_hash: bool) -> u64

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impl Clone for Options


fn clone(&self) -> Options

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

impl Default for Options


fn default() -> Options

Returns the “default value” for a type. Read more

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