c_rs

Crates.ioc_rs
lib.rsc_rs
version0.1.9
sourcesrc
created_at2022-05-14 14:47:55.919452
updated_at2022-05-14 14:47:55.919452
descriptionEmbed C code inside your Rust code. GCC and rustc nightly required.
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repositoryhttps://github.com/mrMiiao/c_rs
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### Status: works, v0.1.9 # What's this? Meet `c_rs`. It is a fork of no longer maintained project. This crate lets you write C code directly inside Rust. GCC and rustc nightly are required! # So how do I use it? Specify your Cargo.toml with ```toml [build-dependencies.c_rs] git = "https://github.com/mrMiiao/c_rs" version = "*" features = ["build"] [dependencies.c_rs] git = "https://github.com/mrMiiao/c_rs" version = "*" features = ["macro"] ``` And put this to Build.rs ```rust extern crate c_rs; fn main() { c_rs::build("src/main.rs", "crate_name", |cfg| { // cfg is a gcc::Config object. You can use it to add additional // configuration options to the invocation of the C compiler. }); } ``` Example of main.rs ```rust extern crate c_rs; use c_rs::c; use c_rs::ctypes::_void; c!{ #include raw{ void hello_world() { puts("Hello, World!"); } } } extern "C" { fn hello_world() -> _void; } fn main() { unsafe{ hello_world(); } } ``` You can find more examples [here](github.com/mrMiiao/c_rs/blob/main/examples) ## Goals: - [x] Fix header linkage error - [x] Add local header support using "crate" - [x] Add ctypes
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