pub enum Subcommand {
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Build

Compile either the compiler or libraries

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§all_targets: bool

Check all targets

Compile either the compiler or libraries, using cargo check

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Clippy

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§fix: bool
§allow: Vec<String>

clippy lints to allow

§deny: Vec<String>

clippy lints to deny

§warn: Vec<String>

clippy lints to warn on

§forbid: Vec<String>

clippy lints to forbid

Run Clippy (uses rustup/cargo-installed clippy binary)

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Run cargo fix

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§check: bool

check formatting instead of applying

Run rustfmt

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Doc

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§open: bool

open the docs in a browser

§json: bool

render the documentation in JSON format in addition to the usual HTML format

Build documentation

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§no_fail_fast: bool

run all tests regardless of failure

§skip: Vec<PathBuf>

skips tests matching SUBSTRING, if supported by test tool. May be passed multiple times

§test_args: Vec<String>

extra arguments to be passed for the test tool being used (e.g. libtest, compiletest or rustdoc)

§rustc_args: Vec<String>

extra options to pass the compiler when running tests

§no_doc: bool

do not run doc tests

§doc: bool

only run doc tests

§bless: bool

whether to automatically update stderr/stdout files

§extra_checks: Option<String>

comma-separated list of other files types to check (accepts py, py:lint, py:fmt, shell)

§force_rerun: bool

rerun tests even if the inputs are unchanged

§only_modified: bool

only run tests that result has been changed

§compare_mode: Option<String>

mode describing what file the actual ui output will be compared to

§pass: Option<String>

force {check,build,run}-pass tests to this mode.

§run: Option<String>

whether to execute run-* tests

§rustfix_coverage: bool

enable this to generate a Rustfix coverage file, which is saved in /<build_base>/rustfix_missing_coverage.txt

Build and run some test suites

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Bench

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§test_args: Vec<String>

Build and run some benchmarks

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Clean

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§all: bool

Clean the entire build directory (not used by default)

§stage: Option<u32>

Clean a specific stage without touching other artifacts. By default, every stage is cleaned if this option is not used.

Clean out build directories

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Dist

Build distribution artifacts

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Install

Install distribution artifacts

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Run

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§args: Vec<String>

arguments for the tool

Run tools contained in this repository

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Setup

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§profile: Option<PathBuf>

Either the profile for config.toml or another setup action. May be omitted to set up interactively

Set up the environment for development

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Suggest

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§run: bool

run suggested tests

Suggest a subset of tests to run, based on modified files

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impl Subcommand

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pub fn kind(&self) -> Kind

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pub fn rustc_args(&self) -> Vec<&str>

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pub fn fail_fast(&self) -> bool

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pub fn doc_tests(&self) -> DocTests

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pub fn bless(&self) -> bool

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pub fn extra_checks(&self) -> Option<&str>

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pub fn only_modified(&self) -> bool

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pub fn force_rerun(&self) -> bool

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pub fn rustfix_coverage(&self) -> bool

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pub fn compare_mode(&self) -> Option<&str>

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pub fn pass(&self) -> Option<&str>

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pub fn run(&self) -> Option<&str>

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pub fn open(&self) -> bool

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pub fn json(&self) -> bool

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impl Clone for Subcommand

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fn clone(&self) -> Subcommand

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
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impl Debug for Subcommand

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fn fmt(&self, f: &mut Formatter<'_>) -> Result

Formats the value using the given formatter. Read more
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impl Default for Subcommand

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fn default() -> Subcommand

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

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fn from_arg_matches(__clap_arg_matches: &ArgMatches) -> Result<Self, Error>

Instantiate Self from [ArgMatches], parsing the arguments as needed. Read more
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fn from_arg_matches_mut( __clap_arg_matches: &mut ArgMatches ) -> Result<Self, Error>

Instantiate Self from [ArgMatches], parsing the arguments as needed. Read more
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fn update_from_arg_matches( &mut self, __clap_arg_matches: &ArgMatches ) -> Result<(), Error>

Assign values from ArgMatches to self.
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fn update_from_arg_matches_mut<'b>( &mut self, __clap_arg_matches: &mut ArgMatches ) -> Result<(), Error>

Assign values from ArgMatches to self.
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impl Subcommand for Subcommand

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fn augment_subcommands<'b>(__clap_app: Command) -> Command

Append to [Command] so it can instantiate Self. Read more
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fn augment_subcommands_for_update<'b>(__clap_app: Command) -> Command

Append to [Command] so it can update self. Read more
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fn has_subcommand(__clap_name: &str) -> bool

Test whether Self can parse a specific subcommand

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Size: 176 bytes

Size for each variant:

  • Build: 0 bytes
  • Check: 1 byte
  • Clippy: 160 bytes
  • Fix: 0 bytes
  • Format: 1 byte
  • Doc: 2 bytes
  • Test: 176 bytes
  • Bench: 24 bytes
  • Clean: 12 bytes
  • Dist: 0 bytes
  • Install: 0 bytes
  • Run: 24 bytes
  • Setup: 24 bytes
  • Suggest: 1 byte