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rustlings/src/run.rs
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use std::process::Command;
use std::time::Duration;
use crate::exercise::{Exercise, Mode};
use crate::verify::test;
use indicatif::ProgressBar;
// Invoke the rust compiler on the path of the given exercise,
// and run the ensuing binary.
// The verbose argument helps determine whether or not to show
// the output from the test harnesses (if the mode of the exercise is test)
pub fn run(exercise: &Exercise, verbose: bool) -> Result<(), ()> {
match exercise.mode {
Mode::Test => test(exercise, verbose)?,
Mode::Compile => compile_and_run(exercise)?,
Mode::Clippy => compile_and_run(exercise)?,
}
Ok(())
}
// Resets the exercise by stashing the changes.
pub fn reset(exercise: &Exercise) -> Result<(), ()> {
let command = Command::new("git")
.arg("stash")
.arg("--")
.arg(&exercise.path)
.spawn();
match command {
Ok(_) => Ok(()),
Err(_) => Err(()),
}
}
// Invoke the rust compiler on the path of the given exercise
// and run the ensuing binary.
// This is strictly for non-test binaries, so output is displayed
fn compile_and_run(exercise: &Exercise) -> Result<(), ()> {
let progress_bar = ProgressBar::new_spinner();
progress_bar.set_message(format!("Compiling {exercise}..."));
progress_bar.enable_steady_tick(Duration::from_millis(100));
let compilation_result = exercise.compile();
let compilation = match compilation_result {
Ok(compilation) => compilation,
Err(output) => {
progress_bar.finish_and_clear();
warn!(
"Compilation of {} failed!, Compiler error message:\n",
exercise
);
println!("{}", output.stderr);
return Err(());
}
};
progress_bar.set_message(format!("Running {exercise}..."));
let result = compilation.run();
progress_bar.finish_and_clear();
match result {
Ok(output) => {
println!("{}", output.stdout);
success!("Successfully ran {}", exercise);
Ok(())
}
Err(output) => {
println!("{}", output.stdout);
println!("{}", output.stderr);
warn!("Ran {} with errors", exercise);
Err(())
}
}
}