pub struct StableSourceFileId {
    pub file_name_hash: u64,
    pub cnum: CrateNum,
}
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This is a SourceFile identifier that is used to correlate source files between subsequent compilation sessions (which is something we need to do during incremental compilation).

The StableSourceFileId also contains the CrateNum of the crate the source file was originally parsed for. This way we get two separate entries in the SourceMap if the same file is part of both the local and an upstream crate. Trying to only have one entry for both cases is problematic because at the point where we discover that there’s a local use of the file in addition to the upstream one, we might already have made decisions based on the assumption that it’s an upstream file. Treating the two files as different has no real downsides.

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file_name_hash: u64cnum: CrateNum

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