Struct rustdoc::formats::cache::Cache

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pub(crate) struct Cache {
Show 22 fields pub(crate) impls: DefIdMap<Vec<Impl>>, pub(crate) paths: FxHashMap<DefId, (Vec<Symbol>, ItemType)>, pub(crate) external_paths: FxHashMap<DefId, (Vec<Symbol>, ItemType)>, pub(crate) exact_paths: DefIdMap<Vec<Symbol>>, pub(crate) traits: FxHashMap<DefId, Trait>, pub(crate) implementors: FxHashMap<DefId, Vec<Impl>>, pub(crate) extern_locations: FxHashMap<CrateNum, ExternalLocation>, pub(crate) primitive_locations: FxHashMap<PrimitiveType, DefId>, pub(crate) effective_visibilities: RustdocEffectiveVisibilities, pub(crate) crate_version: Option<String>, pub(crate) document_private: bool, pub(crate) document_hidden: bool, pub(crate) masked_crates: FxHashSet<CrateNum>, stack: Vec<Symbol>, parent_stack: Vec<ParentStackItem>, stripped_mod: bool, pub(crate) search_index: Vec<IndexItem>, pub(crate) orphan_impl_items: Vec<OrphanImplItem>, orphan_trait_impls: Vec<(DefId, FxHashSet<DefId>, Impl)>, pub(crate) intra_doc_links: FxHashMap<ItemId, FxIndexSet<ItemLink>>, pub(crate) hidden_cfg: FxHashSet<Cfg>, pub(crate) inlined_items: DefIdSet,
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This cache is used to store information about the clean::Crate being rendered in order to provide more useful documentation. This contains information like all implementors of a trait, all traits a type implements, documentation for all known traits, etc.

This structure purposefully does not implement Clone because it’s intended to be a fairly large and expensive structure to clone. Instead this adheres to Send so it may be stored in an Arc instance and shared among the various rendering threads.


§impls: DefIdMap<Vec<Impl>>

Maps a type ID to all known implementations for that type. This is only recognized for intra-crate clean::Type::Paths, and is used to print out extra documentation on the page of an enum/struct.

The values of the map are a list of implementations and documentation found on that implementation.

§paths: FxHashMap<DefId, (Vec<Symbol>, ItemType)>

Maintains a mapping of local crate DefIds to the fully qualified name and “short type description” of that node. This is used when generating URLs when a type is being linked to. External paths are not located in this map because the External type itself has all the information necessary.

§external_paths: FxHashMap<DefId, (Vec<Symbol>, ItemType)>

Similar to paths, but only holds external paths. This is only used for generating explicit hyperlinks to other crates.

§exact_paths: DefIdMap<Vec<Symbol>>

Maps local DefIds of exported types to fully qualified paths. Unlike ‘paths’, this mapping ignores any renames that occur due to ‘use’ statements.

This map is used when writing out the impl.trait and impl.type javascript files. By using the exact path that the type is declared with, we ensure that each path will be identical to the path used if the corresponding type is inlined. By doing this, we can detect duplicate impls on a trait page, and only display the impl for the inlined type.

§traits: FxHashMap<DefId, Trait>

This map contains information about all known traits of this crate. Implementations of a crate should inherit the documentation of the parent trait if no extra documentation is specified, and default methods should show up in documentation about trait implementations.

§implementors: FxHashMap<DefId, Vec<Impl>>

When rendering traits, it’s often useful to be able to list all implementors of the trait, and this mapping is exactly, that: a mapping of trait ids to the list of known implementors of the trait

§extern_locations: FxHashMap<CrateNum, ExternalLocation>

Cache of where external crate documentation can be found.

§primitive_locations: FxHashMap<PrimitiveType, DefId>

Cache of where documentation for primitives can be found.

§effective_visibilities: RustdocEffectiveVisibilities§crate_version: Option<String>

The version of the crate being documented, if given from the --crate-version flag.

§document_private: bool

Whether to document private items. This is stored in Cache so it doesn’t need to be passed through all rustdoc functions.

§document_hidden: bool

Whether to document hidden items. This is stored in Cache so it doesn’t need to be passed through all rustdoc functions.

§masked_crates: FxHashSet<CrateNum>

Crates marked with #[doc(masked)].

§stack: Vec<Symbol>§parent_stack: Vec<ParentStackItem>§stripped_mod: bool§search_index: Vec<IndexItem>§orphan_impl_items: Vec<OrphanImplItem>§orphan_trait_impls: Vec<(DefId, FxHashSet<DefId>, Impl)>§intra_doc_links: FxHashMap<ItemId, FxIndexSet<ItemLink>>

All intra-doc links resolved so far.

Links are indexed by the DefId of the item they document.

§hidden_cfg: FxHashSet<Cfg>

Cfg that have been hidden via #![doc(cfg_hide(…))]

§inlined_items: DefIdSet

Contains the list of DefIds which have been inlined. It is used when generating files to check if a stripped item should get its file generated or not: if it’s inside a #[doc(hidden)] item or a private one and not inlined, it shouldn’t get a file.



impl Cache


pub(crate) fn new(document_private: bool, document_hidden: bool) -> Self


pub(crate) fn populate(cx: &mut DocContext<'_>, krate: Crate) -> Crate

Populates the Cache with more data. The returned Crate will be missing some data that was in krate due to the data being moved into the Cache.

Trait Implementations§


impl Default for Cache


fn default() -> Cache

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

Auto Trait Implementations§


impl !RefUnwindSafe for Cache


impl !Send for Cache


impl !Sync for Cache


impl Unpin for Cache


impl !UnwindSafe for Cache

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Note: Most layout information is completely unstable and may even differ between compilations. The only exception is types with certain repr(...) attributes. Please see the Rust Reference's “Type Layout” chapter for details on type layout guarantees.

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