[solved] Core::str vs std::str

The code shows up here: https://github.com/Marwes/combine/blob/master/examples/number.rs#L5-L8

If I use core::str, the code works. If I use std::str, the code gets a compile error.

How does core/std differ, and why do we have two str modules?

As a followup, is feature “std” enabled by default?

On one hand, I’m assuming yes (as it’s std and I can use modules from std directly).
On the other hand, this example I’m playing with seems to suggest that std is no enabled by default.

Always, please include the full error message you’re seeing.

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@cuviper : Yes, sorry, I don’t have a minimal failure case yet.

Okay, then just an example error, like cannot find this function would work.

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I was hoping to get a link discussing std vs core (could not find one via Google) :slight_smile:

Not making excuses for the lack of error: I actually have this weird situation where if I copy/paste the code into a blank *.rs module it works, but if I copy/paste it into an existing *.rs (proprietary) module it generates errors. I’ll post more once I have a minimal failure case. :slight_smile:

No, that feature doesn’t exist at all unless you specify it in Config.toml, and it will only be enabled by default if you say so, like:

std = []
default = ["std"]

The only compiler default is that std is part of your crate prelude, unless you specify #![no_std].

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@cuviper , @OptimisticPeach : Thanks for advice! I have error + minimal failure case posted at Changing 'use' statements cause error:

Marking thread as solved.