|author||Chih-Hung Hsieh <email@example.com>||Wed Oct 21 01:19:47 2020 -0700|
|committer||Chih-Hung Hsieh <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Wed Oct 21 01:40:33 2020 -0700|
Import standback-0.2.11 Bug: 169611678 Test: make Change-Id: I067953808a7082793faf1fd3419e7c91fd2e199d
Standback exists to allow the usage of various APIs that have been stabilized since rustc 1.31.0 without having to require users to upgrade their compiler. The best part? Only old features are built from scratch; anything stable on the compiler in use will just be re-exported.
Note that it is sometimes the case that newly stabilized methods would require internal methods, direct access to fields, or nightly features to work. As such, not every feature is backported. Found a neat way to implement a method or type that is possible on stable? Pull requests are accepted!
A majority of this code comes directly from the Rust standard library, where its license is the following. All new code is also released under this license.
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