rt-format

Crates.iort-format
lib.rsrt-format
version0.3.1
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created_at2021-07-10 21:05:40.445746
updated_at2022-05-20 15:23:41.146249
descriptionFully-runtime equivalent of the format! macro
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repositoryhttps://github.com/vstojkovic/rt-format
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# `rt-format` Fully-runtime equivalent of the `format!` macro. Allows formatting strings like the `format!` macro, with the formatting string and the arguments provided at runtime. This crate supports all the formatting features of the `format!` macro, except for the fill character. ## When (not) to use this crate There are many crates that can be used for formatting values into strings. Here are some of the criteria you can use to decide if this crate is the right choice for you: * Can you specify all the formatting options at compile time? If yes, then [`std::fmt`](https://doc.rust-lang.org/std/fmt/) is a better option than this crate. If you need to supply the formatting specifiers at runtime, then this crate might be a viable option. * Are you formatting only numbers? If yes, consider [`num-runtime-fmt`](https://crates.io/crates/num-runtime-fmt) or [`num-format`](https://crates.io/crates/num-format). * Is using Rust nightly an option? If so, consider [`runtime-fmt`](https://crates.io/crates/runtime-fmt). * Do you need the ability to implement new formats? If yes, consider [`dynfmt`](https://crates.io/crates/dynfmt). * Do you need `no-std` support? If so, you need to use one of the other alternatives. * Is formatting likely to be a performance bottleneck for you? If so, you should consider one of the other alternatives. At this time, there are no benchmarks to compare the approach in this crate with other crates. * Is stable API a must-have? If so, you might consider the alternatives. This crate is still not at version 1.0, which means that the API is still not completely stable.
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