Enum rustc_lint::Level

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pub enum Level {
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Setting for how to handle a lint.

See: https://doc.rust-lang.org/rustc/lints/levels.html




The allow level will not issue any message.



The expect level will suppress the lint message but in turn produce a message if the lint wasn’t issued in the expected scope. Expect should not be used as an initial level for a lint.

Note that this still means that the lint is enabled in this position and should be emitted, this will in turn fulfill the expectation and suppress the lint.

See RFC 2383.

The LintExpectationId is used to later link a lint emission to the actual expectation. It can be ignored in most cases.



The warn level will produce a warning if the lint was violated, however the compiler will continue with its execution.



This lint level is a special case of Warn, that can’t be overridden. This is used to ensure that a lint can’t be suppressed. This lint level can currently only be set via the console and is therefore session specific.

The LintExpectationId is intended to fulfill expectations marked via the #[expect] attribute, that will still be suppressed due to the level.



The deny level will produce an error and stop further execution after the lint pass is complete.



Forbid is equivalent to the deny level but can’t be overwritten like the previous levels.

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Size: 24 bytes

Size for each variant:

  • Allow: 0 bytes
  • Expect: 20 bytes
  • Warn: 0 bytes
  • ForceWarn: 20 bytes
  • Deny: 0 bytes
  • Forbid: 0 bytes