Hey guys, i have a conditional deny() which i want to trigger when the user executed
It’s basically this, but doesn’t work as expected: https://play.rust-lang.org/?gist=e866ac700d2fb51ecbeda3ac36a1fbb6&version=stable&mode=debug&edition=2015
Click ‘Test’ and notice that the compiler doesn’t complain about both the module and struct not having documentation…
A non conditional deny() doesn’t work either.
Am i missing something or is this an actual bug? This should be so simple that i’m just confused.
Building a crate with
--test produces a binary, and the
missing_docs lint does not apply to binaries.
So i’m misunderstanding then, ok.
Is this also expected behaviour when the attribute is assigned to a lib crate? https://github.com/Bert-Proesmans/cfg_test
The lib itself isn’t checked at all for missing documentation?
When building with
--test, the code is never checked for missing documentation.
When building without
--test, library crates are checked for missing documentation if the lint is enabled. (In the linked example project, it is not.)
This appears pretty relevant:
Thanks for the explanation. I find this highly unintuitive though, this tool generally works except for this one specific situation.
I’m glad fixing it is being considered.