|author||Jeff Vander Stoep <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Fri Jun 21 10:23:41 2019 -0700|
|committer||Jeff Vander Stoep <email@example.com>||Fri Jun 21 10:23:41 2019 -0700|
Merge remote-tracking branch 'aosp/upstream-master' into mymerge Change-Id: If34ef17fcf938cbd418807dcee6f8d826657518b
libc provides all of the definitions necessary to easily interoperate with C code (or “C-like” code) on each of the platforms that Rust supports. This includes type definitions (e.g.
c_int), constants (e.g.
EINVAL) as well as function headers (e.g.
This crate exports all underlying platform types, functions, and constants under the crate root, so all items are accessible as
libc::foo. The types and values of all the exported APIs match the platform that libc is compiled for.
More detailed information about the design of this library can be found in its associated RFC.
Add the following to your
[dependencies] libc = "0.2"
std: by default
libc links to the standard library. Disable this feature remove this dependency and be able to use
structs implemented in
Clone. This feature derives
use_std is deprecated, and is equivalent to
The minimum supported Rust toolchain version is Rust 1.13.0 . APIs requiring newer Rust features are only available on newer Rust toolchains:
This project is licensed under either of
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We welcome all people who want to contribute. Please see the contributing instructions for more information.
Contributions in any form (issues, pull requests, etc.) to this project must adhere to Rust's Code of Conduct.
Unless you explicitly state otherwise, any contribution intentionally submitted for inclusion in
libc by you, as defined in the Apache-2.0 license, shall be dual licensed as above, without any additional terms or conditions.