Hey all, I'm working on programming a card game as a learn rust project. I've come to a roadblock, and stack overflow and the rust subreddit didn't answer my question.
My source code is here. Basically I want to import into my deck.rs the files card.rs, rank.rs, and suit.rs (which each contain a struct of the same name). In python/ruby, I'd just give the name of the module in an import/require, but I can't seem to satisfy the rust compiler. I've tried:
which gives me error[E0583]: file not found for module 'rank'. I've tried replacing the use call with
and they all fail with different error messages. I've tried changing and commenting the mod call. I must be missing something really simple here, because it seems like importing a file from another file is about the second thing you'd do in a new language. I'm wondering if there's something wrong with my file structure (like python's required __init__.py) Please help.
Okay, so modules have a belongs to relationship, then? So by importing card, rank, and suit inside of deck, they now belong to deck? I'll give this a try and let you know. Thanks for the quick response.