Small vectors in various sizes. These store a certain number of elements inline, and fall back to the heap for larger allocations. This can be a useful optimization for improving cache locality and reducing allocator traffic for workloads that fit within the inline buffer.
smallvec depends on
libstd. However, it can be configured to use the unstable
liballoc API instead, for use on platforms that have
liballoc but not
configuration is currently unstable and is not guaranteed to work on all versions of Rust.
To depend on
default-features = false in the
section of Cargo.toml to disable its
union feature is enabled
smallvec will track its state (inline or spilled)
without the use of an enum tag, reducing the size of the
smallvec by one machine word.
This means that there is potentially no space overhead compared to
smallvec can still be larger than
Vec if the inline buffer is larger than two
To use this feature add
features = ["union"] in the
smallvec section of Cargo.toml.
Note that this feature requires a nightly compiler (for now).
An iterator that removes the items from a
An iterator that consumes a
Set the length of the vec when the
Types that can be used as the backing store for a SmallVec
Trait to be implemented by a collection that can be extended from a slice
Common operations implemented by both
Hint to the optimizer that any code path which calls this function is statically unreachable and can be removed.