#container #drop #no_std

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A wrapper type to inhibit drop (destructor). Use std::mem::ManuallyDrop instead!

14 releases

0.1.13 Nov 12, 2018
0.1.12 Oct 27, 2017
0.1.9 Feb 23, 2017
0.1.8 Sep 6, 2016
0.1.4 Jun 14, 2015

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Recent Changes (nodrop)

  • 0.1.12

    • Remove dependency on crate odds.

  • 0.1.11

    • Remove erronous assertion in test (#77)

  • 0.1.10

    • Update for stable needs_drop (Rust 1.21, was nightly only)

  • 0.1.9

    • Fix issue in recent nightly where repr(u8) did not work. Use a better way to get rid of the enum layout optimization.

  • 0.1.8

    • Add crate feature use_union that uses untagged unions to implement NoDrop. Finally we have an implementation without hacks, without a runtime flag, and without an actual Drop impl (which was needed to suppress drop). The crate feature requires nightly and is unstable.

  • 0.1.7

    • Remove crate feature no_drop_flag, because it doesn't compile on nightly anymore. Drop flags are gone anyway!

  • 0.1.6

    • Add feature std, which you can opt out of to use no_std.

  • 0.1.5

    • Added crate feature use_needs_drop which is a nightly-only optimization, which skips overwriting if the inner value does not need drop.

License

Dual-licensed to be compatible with the Rust project.

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0 or the MIT license http://opensource.org/licenses/MIT, at your option. This file may not be copied, modified, or distributed except according to those terms.

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