Struct mmtk::MMTKBuilder

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pub struct MMTKBuilder {
    pub options: Options,
}
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MMTk builder. This is used to set options and other settings before actually creating an MMTk instance.

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§options: Options

The options for this instance.

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impl MMTKBuilder

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pub fn new() -> Self

Create an MMTK builder with options read from environment variables, or using built-in default if not overridden by environment variables.

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pub fn new_no_env_vars() -> Self

Create an MMTK builder with build-in default options, but without reading options from environment variables.

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pub fn set_option(&mut self, name: &str, val: &str) -> bool

Set an option.

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pub fn set_options_bulk_by_str(&mut self, options: &str) -> bool

Set multiple options by a string. The string should be key-value pairs separated by white spaces, such as threads=1 stress_factor=4096.

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pub fn set_vm_layout(&mut self, constants: VMLayout)

Custom VM layout constants. VM bindings may use this function for compressed or 39-bit heap support. This function must be called before MMTk::new()

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pub fn build<VM: VMBinding>(&self) -> MMTK<VM>

Build an MMTk instance from the builder.

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impl Default for MMTKBuilder

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fn default() -> Self

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