An “interner” is a data structure that associates values with usize tags and allows bidirectional lookup; i.e., given a value, one can easily find the type, and vice versa.
This module contains all the defined keyword
This module contains all the defined non-keyword
This is the most general way to print identifiers.
AST pretty-printer is used as a fallback for turning AST structures into token streams for
proc macros. Additionally, proc macros may stringify their input and expect it survive the
stringification (especially true for proc macro derives written between Rust 1.15 and 1.30).
So we need to somehow pretty-print
$crate in a way preserving at least some of its
hygiene data, most importantly name of the crate it refers to.
As a result we print
crate if it refers to the local crate
::other_crate_name if it refers to some other crate.
Note, that this is only done if the ident token is printed from inside of AST pretty-pringing,
but not otherwise. Pretty-printing is the only way for proc macros to discover token contents,
so we should not perform this lossy conversion if the top level call to the pretty-printer was
done for a token stream or a single token.
An newtype around
Ident that calls Ident::normalize_to_macro_rules on
An interned string.