Struct rocket::serde::uuid::Builder

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pub struct Builder(/* private fields */);
Available on crate feature uuid only.
Expand description

A builder for creating a UUID.

This type is useful if you need to mutate individual fields of a Uuid while constructing it. Since the Uuid type is Copy, it doesn’t offer any methods to mutate in place. They live on the Builder instead.

The Builder type also always exposes APIs to construct Uuids for any version without needing crate features or additional dependencies. It’s a lower-level API than the methods on Uuid.

§Examples

Creating a version 4 UUID from externally generated random bytes:

let random_bytes = rng();

let uuid = Builder::from_random_bytes(random_bytes).into_uuid();

assert_eq!(Some(Version::Random), uuid.get_version());
assert_eq!(Variant::RFC4122, uuid.get_variant());

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impl Builder

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pub const fn from_bytes(b: [u8; 16]) -> Builder

Creates a Builder using the supplied bytes.

§Examples

Basic usage:

let bytes = [
    0xa1, 0xa2, 0xa3, 0xa4,
    0xb1, 0xb2,
    0xc1, 0xc2,
    0xd1, 0xd2, 0xd3, 0xd4, 0xd5, 0xd6, 0xd7, 0xd8,
];

let uuid = Builder::from_bytes(bytes).into_uuid();

assert_eq!(
    "a1a2a3a4-b1b2-c1c2-d1d2-d3d4d5d6d7d8",
    uuid.hyphenated().to_string(),
);
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pub const fn from_bytes_le(b: [u8; 16]) -> Builder

Creates a Builder using the supplied bytes in little endian order.

The individual fields encoded in the buffer will be flipped.

§Examples

Basic usage:

let bytes = [
    0xa1, 0xa2, 0xa3, 0xa4,
    0xb1, 0xb2,
    0xc1, 0xc2,
    0xd1, 0xd2, 0xd3, 0xd4, 0xd5, 0xd6, 0xd7, 0xd8,
];

let uuid = Builder::from_bytes_le(bytes).into_uuid();

assert_eq!(
    "a4a3a2a1-b2b1-c2c1-d1d2-d3d4d5d6d7d8",
    uuid.hyphenated().to_string(),
);
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pub const fn from_rfc4122_timestamp( ticks: u64, counter: u16, node_id: &[u8; 6] ) -> Builder

Creates a Builder for a version 1 UUID using the supplied timestamp and node ID.

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pub const fn from_md5_bytes(md5_bytes: [u8; 16]) -> Builder

Creates a Builder for a version 3 UUID using the supplied MD5 hashed bytes.

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pub const fn from_random_bytes(random_bytes: [u8; 16]) -> Builder

Creates a Builder for a version 4 UUID using the supplied random bytes.

This method assumes the bytes are already sufficiently random, it will only set the appropriate bits for the UUID version and variant.

§Examples
let random_bytes = rng();
let uuid = Builder::from_random_bytes(random_bytes).into_uuid();

assert_eq!(Some(Version::Random), uuid.get_version());
assert_eq!(Variant::RFC4122, uuid.get_variant());
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pub const fn from_sha1_bytes(sha1_bytes: [u8; 16]) -> Builder

Creates a Builder for a version 5 UUID using the supplied SHA-1 hashed bytes.

This method assumes the bytes are already a SHA-1 hash, it will only set the appropriate bits for the UUID version and variant.

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pub const fn from_sorted_rfc4122_timestamp( ticks: u64, counter: u16, node_id: &[u8; 6] ) -> Builder

Creates a Builder for a version 6 UUID using the supplied timestamp and node ID.

This method will encode the ticks, counter, and node ID in a sortable UUID.

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pub const fn from_unix_timestamp_millis( millis: u64, random_bytes: &[u8; 10] ) -> Builder

Creates a Builder for a version 7 UUID using the supplied Unix timestamp and random bytes.

This method assumes the bytes are already sufficiently random.

§Examples

Creating a UUID using the current system timestamp:

use std::time::{Duration, SystemTime};
let ts = SystemTime::now().duration_since(SystemTime::UNIX_EPOCH)?;

let random_bytes = rng();

let uuid = Builder::from_unix_timestamp_millis(ts.as_millis().try_into()?, &random_bytes).into_uuid();

assert_eq!(Some(Version::SortRand), uuid.get_version());
assert_eq!(Variant::RFC4122, uuid.get_variant());
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pub const fn from_custom_bytes(custom_bytes: [u8; 16]) -> Builder

Creates a Builder for a version 8 UUID using the supplied user-defined bytes.

This method won’t interpret the given bytes in any way, except to set the appropriate bits for the UUID version and variant.

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pub fn from_slice(b: &[u8]) -> Result<Builder, Error>

Creates a Builder using the supplied bytes.

§Errors

This function will return an error if b has any length other than 16.

§Examples

Basic usage:

let bytes = [
    0xa1, 0xa2, 0xa3, 0xa4,
    0xb1, 0xb2,
    0xc1, 0xc2,
    0xd1, 0xd2, 0xd3, 0xd4, 0xd5, 0xd6, 0xd7, 0xd8,
];

let uuid = Builder::from_slice(&bytes)?.into_uuid();

assert_eq!(
    "a1a2a3a4-b1b2-c1c2-d1d2-d3d4d5d6d7d8",
    uuid.hyphenated().to_string(),
);
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pub fn from_slice_le(b: &[u8]) -> Result<Builder, Error>

Creates a Builder using the supplied bytes in little endian order.

The individual fields encoded in the buffer will be flipped.

§Errors

This function will return an error if b has any length other than 16.

§Examples

Basic usage:

let bytes = [
    0xa1, 0xa2, 0xa3, 0xa4,
    0xb1, 0xb2,
    0xc1, 0xc2,
    0xd1, 0xd2, 0xd3, 0xd4, 0xd5, 0xd6, 0xd7, 0xd8,
];

let uuid = Builder::from_slice_le(&bytes)?.into_uuid();

assert_eq!(
    "a4a3a2a1-b2b1-c2c1-d1d2-d3d4d5d6d7d8",
    uuid.hyphenated().to_string(),
);
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pub const fn from_fields(d1: u32, d2: u16, d3: u16, d4: &[u8; 8]) -> Builder

Creates a Builder from four field values.

§Examples

Basic usage:

let d1 = 0xa1a2a3a4;
let d2 = 0xb1b2;
let d3 = 0xc1c2;
let d4 = [0xd1, 0xd2, 0xd3, 0xd4, 0xd5, 0xd6, 0xd7, 0xd8];

let uuid = Builder::from_fields(d1, d2, d3, &d4).into_uuid();

assert_eq!(
    uuid.hyphenated().to_string(),
    "a1a2a3a4-b1b2-c1c2-d1d2-d3d4d5d6d7d8"
);
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pub const fn from_fields_le(d1: u32, d2: u16, d3: u16, d4: &[u8; 8]) -> Builder

Creates a Builder from four field values.

§Examples

Basic usage:

let d1 = 0xa1a2a3a4;
let d2 = 0xb1b2;
let d3 = 0xc1c2;
let d4 = [0xd1, 0xd2, 0xd3, 0xd4, 0xd5, 0xd6, 0xd7, 0xd8];

let uuid = Builder::from_fields_le(d1, d2, d3, &d4).into_uuid();

assert_eq!(
    uuid.hyphenated().to_string(),
    "a4a3a2a1-b2b1-c2c1-d1d2-d3d4d5d6d7d8"
);
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pub const fn from_u128(v: u128) -> Builder

Creates a Builder from a 128bit value.

§Examples

Basic usage:

let v = 0xa1a2a3a4b1b2c1c2d1d2d3d4d5d6d7d8u128;

let uuid = Builder::from_u128(v).into_uuid();

assert_eq!(
    "a1a2a3a4-b1b2-c1c2-d1d2-d3d4d5d6d7d8",
    uuid.hyphenated().to_string(),
);
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pub const fn from_u128_le(v: u128) -> Builder

Creates a UUID from a 128bit value in little-endian order.

§Examples

Basic usage:

let v = 0xa1a2a3a4b1b2c1c2d1d2d3d4d5d6d7d8u128;

let uuid = Builder::from_u128_le(v).into_uuid();

assert_eq!(
    "d8d7d6d5-d4d3-d2d1-c2c1-b2b1a4a3a2a1",
    uuid.hyphenated().to_string(),
);
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pub const fn nil() -> Builder

Creates a Builder with an initial Uuid::nil.

§Examples

Basic usage:

let uuid = Builder::nil().into_uuid();

assert_eq!(
    "00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000",
    uuid.hyphenated().to_string(),
);
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pub fn set_variant(&mut self, v: Variant) -> &mut Builder

Specifies the variant of the UUID.

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pub const fn with_variant(self, v: Variant) -> Builder

Specifies the variant of the UUID.

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pub fn set_version(&mut self, v: Version) -> &mut Builder

Specifies the version number of the UUID.

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pub const fn with_version(self, v: Version) -> Builder

Specifies the version number of the UUID.

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pub const fn as_uuid(&self) -> &Uuid

Get a reference to the underlying Uuid.

§Examples

Basic usage:

let builder = Builder::nil();

let uuid1 = builder.as_uuid();
let uuid2 = builder.as_uuid();

assert_eq!(uuid1, uuid2);
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pub const fn into_uuid(self) -> Uuid

Convert the builder into a Uuid.

§Examples

Basic usage:

let uuid = Builder::nil().into_uuid();

assert_eq!(
    uuid.hyphenated().to_string(),
    "00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000"
);

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impl Debug for Builder

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fn fmt(&self, f: &mut Formatter<'_>) -> Result<(), Error>

Formats the value using the given formatter. Read more

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