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    tree-sitter-rust

    0.20.1 • Public • Published

    tree-sitter-rust

    Build/test

    Rust grammar for tree-sitter

    Features

    • Speed - When initially parsing a file, tree-sitter-rust takes around twice as long as Rustc's hand-coded parser.

      $ wc -l examples/ast.rs
        2157 examples/ast.rs
      
      $ rustc -Z ast-json-noexpand -Z time-passes examples/ast.rs | head -n1
        time: 0.007	parsing # (7 ms)
      
      $ tree-sitter parse examples/ast.rs --quiet --time
        examples/ast.rs	16 ms

      But if you edit the file after parsing it, this parser can generally update the previous existing syntax tree to reflect your edit in less than a millisecond, thanks to Tree-sitter's incremental parsing system.

    References

    • The Rust Grammar Reference - The grammar reference provides chapters that formally define the language grammar.
    • The Rust Reference - While Rust does not have a specification, the reference tries to describe its working in detail. It tends to be out of date.
    • Syntax Index - This appendix from The Book contains examples of all syntax in Rust cross-referenced with the section of The Book that describes it.

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    Install

    npm i tree-sitter-rust

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    2,392

    Version

    0.20.1

    License

    MIT

    Unpacked Size

    5.8 MB

    Total Files

    25

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    • maximsokolov
    • patrickthomson