Test2::Tools::Rustfmt - Test that bundled Rust code is formatted according to Rust style guidelines
use Test2::V0; use Test2::Tools::Rustfmt; cargo_fmt_ok; done_testing;
These test tools work with
cargo fmt to ensure that any bundled Rust code that you might have in your Perl Rust extension are formatted according to the Rust style guidelines.
Functions are exported by default.
rustfmt_ok $file, $test_name; rustfmt_ok \@files, $test_name; rustfmt_ok $file; rustfmt_ok \@files;
Tests the given rust files to see if they are formatted according to the Rust style guidelines.
cargo_fmt_ok $dir, $test_name; cargo_fmt_ok $dir; cargo_fmt_ok;
Tests the rust crate in the given directory to see if they are formatted according to the Rust style guidelines. If no directory is given, and if a
ffi directory exists, then that will be used. This works nicely with FFI::Build and FFI::Build::File::Cargo when writing Perl extensions in Rust.
Graham Ollis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This software is copyright (c) 2022 by Graham Ollis.
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.