v0.4.10 (2020-2-29)

  • proc-macro-error doesn't depend on syn[full] anymore, the compilation is ~30secs faster.

v0.4.9 (2020-2-13)

  • New function: append_dummy.

v0.4.8 (2020-2-01)

  • Support for children messages

v0.4.7 (2020-1-31)

  • Now any type that implements quote::ToTokens can be used instead of spans. This allows for high quality error messages.

v0.4.6 (2020-1-31)

  • From<syn::Error> implementation doesn't lose span info anymore, see #6.

v0.4.5 (2020-1-20)

Just a small intermediate release.

  • Fix some bugs.
  • Populate license files into subfolders.

v0.4.4 (2019-11-13)

  • Fix abort_if_dirty + warnings bug
  • Allow trailing commas in macros

v0.4.2 (2019-11-7)

  • FINALLY fixed __pme__suggestions not found bug

v0.4.1 (2019-11-7) YANKED

  • Fixed __pme__suggestions not found bug
  • Documentation improvements, links checked

v0.4.0 (2019-11-6) YANKED

New features

  • “help” messages that can have their own span on nightly, they inherit parent span on stable.
    let cond_help = if condition { Some("some help message") else { None } };
    abort!(
        span, // parent span
        "something's wrong, {} wrongs in total", 10; // main message
        help = "here's a help for you, {}", "take it"; // unconditional help message
        help =? cond_help; // conditional help message, must be Option
        note = note_span => "don't forget the note, {}", "would you?" // notes can have their own span but it's effective only on nightly
    )
    
  • Warnings via emit_warning and emit_warning_call_site. Nightly only, they're ignored on stable.
  • Now proc-macro-error delegates to proc_macro::Diagnostic on nightly.

Breaking changes

  • MacroError is now replaced by Diagnostic. Its API resembles proc_macro::Diagnostic.
  • Diagnostic does not implement From<&str/String> so Result<T, &str/String>::abort_or_exit() won't work anymore (nobody used it anyway).
  • macro_error! macro is replaced with diagnostic!.

Improvements

  • Now proc-macro-error renders notes exactly just like rustc does.
  • We don't parse a body of a function annotated with #[proc_macro_error] anymore, only looking at the signature. This should somewhat decrease expansion time for large functions.

v0.3.3 (2019-10-16)

  • Now you can use any word instead of “help”, undocumented.

v0.3.2 (2019-10-16)

  • Introduced support for “help” messages, undocumented.

v0.3.0 (2019-10-8)

The crate has been completely rewritten from scratch!

Changes (most are breaking):

  • Renamed macros:
    • span_error => abort
    • call_site_error => abort_call_site
  • filter_macro_errors was replaced by #[proc_macro_error] attribute.
  • set_dummy now takes TokenStream instead of Option<TokenStream>
  • Support for multiple errors via emit_error and emit_call_site_error
  • New macro_error macro for building errors in format=like style.
  • MacroError API had been reconsidered. It also now implements quote::ToTokens.

v0.2.6 (2019-09-02)

  • Introduce support for dummy implementations via dummy::set_dummy
  • multi::* is now deprecated, will be completely rewritten in v0.3

v0.2.0 (2019-08-15)

Breaking changes

  • trigger_error replaced with MacroError::trigger and filter_macro_error_panics is hidden from docs. This is not quite a breaking change since users weren't supposed to use these functions directly anyway.
  • All dependencies are updated to v1.*.

New features

  • Ability to stack multiple errors via multi::MultiMacroErrors and emit them at once.

Improvements

  • Now MacroError implements std::fmt::Display instead of std::string::ToString.
  • MacroError::span inherent method.
  • From<MacroError> for proc_macro/proc_macro2::TokenStream implementations.
  • AsRef/AsMut<String> for MacroError implementations.

v0.1.x (2019-07-XX)

New features

  • An easy way to report errors inside within a proc-macro via span_error, call_site_error and filter_macro_errors.