Bug: 153120169

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  1. 537e4c6 Update Android.bp by running cargo_embargo am: 6560ec8245 by James Farrell · 5 weeks ago main master
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  3. 35bb389 Migrate to cargo_embargo. am: 3742ab94f0 am: eab417ce75 am: 97e9f86399 by Andrew Walbran · 8 months ago android14-qpr3-release emu-34-2-dev android-14.0.0_r50 android-14.0.0_r51
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which

A Rust equivalent of Unix command “which”. Locate installed executable in cross platforms.

Support platforms

  • Linux
  • Windows
  • macOS

Examples

  1. To find which rustc executable binary is using.

    use which::which;
    
    let result = which("rustc").unwrap();
    assert_eq!(result, PathBuf::from("/usr/bin/rustc"));
    
  1. After enabling the regex feature, find all cargo subcommand executables on the path:

    use which::which_re;
    
    which_re(Regex::new("^cargo-.*").unwrap()).unwrap()
        .for_each(|pth| println!("{}", pth.to_string_lossy()));
    

Documentation

The documentation is available online.