Struct rocket::data::IoStream

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pub struct IoStream { /* private fields */ }
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A bidirectional, raw stream to the client.

An instance of IoStream is passed to an IoHandler in response to a successful upgrade request initiated by responders via Response::add_upgrade() or the equivalent builder method Builder::upgrade(). For details on upgrade connections, see Response#upgrading.

An IoStream is guaranteed to be AsyncRead, AsyncWrite, and Unpin. Bytes written to the stream are sent directly to the client. Bytes read from the stream are those sent directly by the client. See IoHandler for one example of how values of this type are used.

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impl AsyncRead for IoStream

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fn poll_read( self: Pin<&mut Self>, cx: &mut Context<'_>, buf: &mut ReadBuf<'_> ) -> Poll<Result<()>>

Attempts to read from the AsyncRead into buf. Read more
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impl AsyncWrite for IoStream

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fn poll_write( self: Pin<&mut Self>, cx: &mut Context<'_>, buf: &[u8] ) -> Poll<Result<usize>>

Attempt to write bytes from buf into the object. Read more
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fn poll_flush(self: Pin<&mut Self>, cx: &mut Context<'_>) -> Poll<Result<()>>

Attempts to flush the object, ensuring that any buffered data reach their destination. Read more
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fn poll_shutdown(self: Pin<&mut Self>, cx: &mut Context<'_>) -> Poll<Result<()>>

Initiates or attempts to shut down this writer, returning success when the I/O connection has completely shut down. Read more
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fn poll_write_vectored( self: Pin<&mut Self>, cx: &mut Context<'_>, bufs: &[IoSlice<'_>] ) -> Poll<Result<usize>>

Like poll_write, except that it writes from a slice of buffers. Read more
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fn is_write_vectored(&self) -> bool

Determines if this writer has an efficient poll_write_vectored implementation. Read more

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fn type_id(&self) -> TypeId

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impl<R> AsyncReadExt for Rwhere R: AsyncRead + ?Sized,

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fn chain<R>(self, next: R) -> Chain<Self, R>where Self: Sized, R: AsyncRead,

Creates a new AsyncRead instance that chains this stream with next. Read more
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fn read<'a>(&'a mut self, buf: &'a mut [u8]) -> Read<'a, Self>where Self: Unpin,

Pulls some bytes from this source into the specified buffer, returning how many bytes were read. Read more
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fn read_buf<B, 'a>(&'a mut self, buf: &'a mut B) -> ReadBuf<'a, Self, B>where Self: Sized + Unpin, B: BufMut,

Pulls some bytes from this source into the specified buffer, advancing the buffer’s internal cursor. Read more
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fn read_exact<'a>(&'a mut self, buf: &'a mut [u8]) -> ReadExact<'a, Self>where Self: Unpin,

Reads the exact number of bytes required to fill buf. Read more
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fn read_u8(&mut self) -> ReadU8<&mut Self>where Self: Unpin,

Reads an unsigned 8 bit integer from the underlying reader. Read more
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fn read_i8(&mut self) -> ReadI8<&mut Self>where Self: Unpin,

Reads a signed 8 bit integer from the underlying reader. Read more
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fn read_u16(&mut self) -> ReadU16<&mut Self>where Self: Unpin,

Reads an unsigned 16-bit integer in big-endian order from the underlying reader. Read more
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fn read_i16(&mut self) -> ReadI16<&mut Self>where Self: Unpin,

Reads a signed 16-bit integer in big-endian order from the underlying reader. Read more
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fn read_u32(&mut self) -> ReadU32<&mut Self>where Self: Unpin,

Reads an unsigned 32-bit integer in big-endian order from the underlying reader. Read more
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fn read_i32(&mut self) -> ReadI32<&mut Self>where Self: Unpin,

Reads a signed 32-bit integer in big-endian order from the underlying reader. Read more
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fn read_u64(&mut self) -> ReadU64<&mut Self>where Self: Unpin,

Reads an unsigned 64-bit integer in big-endian order from the underlying reader. Read more
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fn read_i64(&mut self) -> ReadI64<&mut Self>where Self: Unpin,

Reads an signed 64-bit integer in big-endian order from the underlying reader. Read more
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fn read_u128(&mut self) -> ReadU128<&mut Self>where Self: Unpin,

Reads an unsigned 128-bit integer in big-endian order from the underlying reader. Read more
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fn read_i128(&mut self) -> ReadI128<&mut Self>where Self: Unpin,

Reads an signed 128-bit integer in big-endian order from the underlying reader. Read more
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fn read_f32(&mut self) -> ReadF32<&mut Self>where Self: Unpin,

Reads an 32-bit floating point type in big-endian order from the underlying reader. Read more
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fn read_f64(&mut self) -> ReadF64<&mut Self>where Self: Unpin,

Reads an 64-bit floating point type in big-endian order from the underlying reader. Read more
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fn read_u16_le(&mut self) -> ReadU16Le<&mut Self>where Self: Unpin,

Reads an unsigned 16-bit integer in little-endian order from the underlying reader. Read more
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fn read_i16_le(&mut self) -> ReadI16Le<&mut Self>where Self: Unpin,

Reads a signed 16-bit integer in little-endian order from the underlying reader. Read more
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fn read_u32_le(&mut self) -> ReadU32Le<&mut Self>where Self: Unpin,

Reads an unsigned 32-bit integer in little-endian order from the underlying reader. Read more
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fn read_i32_le(&mut self) -> ReadI32Le<&mut Self>where Self: Unpin,

Reads a signed 32-bit integer in little-endian order from the underlying reader. Read more
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fn read_u64_le(&mut self) -> ReadU64Le<&mut Self>where Self: Unpin,

Reads an unsigned 64-bit integer in little-endian order from the underlying reader. Read more
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fn read_i64_le(&mut self) -> ReadI64Le<&mut Self>where Self: Unpin,

Reads an signed 64-bit integer in little-endian order from the underlying reader. Read more
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fn read_u128_le(&mut self) -> ReadU128Le<&mut Self>where Self: Unpin,

Reads an unsigned 128-bit integer in little-endian order from the underlying reader. Read more
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fn read_i128_le(&mut self) -> ReadI128Le<&mut Self>where Self: Unpin,

Reads an signed 128-bit integer in little-endian order from the underlying reader. Read more
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fn read_f32_le(&mut self) -> ReadF32Le<&mut Self>where Self: Unpin,

Reads an 32-bit floating point type in little-endian order from the underlying reader. Read more
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fn read_f64_le(&mut self) -> ReadF64Le<&mut Self>where Self: Unpin,

Reads an 64-bit floating point type in little-endian order from the underlying reader. Read more
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fn read_to_end<'a>(&'a mut self, buf: &'a mut Vec<u8>) -> ReadToEnd<'a, Self>where Self: Unpin,

Reads all bytes until EOF in this source, placing them into buf. Read more
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fn read_to_string<'a>( &'a mut self, dst: &'a mut String ) -> ReadToString<'a, Self>where Self: Unpin,

Reads all bytes until EOF in this source, appending them to buf. Read more
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fn take(self, limit: u64) -> Take<Self>where Self: Sized,

Creates an adaptor which reads at most limit bytes from it. Read more
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impl<W> AsyncWriteExt for Wwhere W: AsyncWrite + ?Sized,

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fn write<'a>(&'a mut self, src: &'a [u8]) -> Write<'a, Self>where Self: Unpin,

Writes a buffer into this writer, returning how many bytes were written. Read more
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fn write_vectored<'a, 'b>( &'a mut self, bufs: &'a [IoSlice<'b>] ) -> WriteVectored<'a, 'b, Self>where Self: Unpin,

Like write, except that it writes from a slice of buffers. Read more
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fn write_buf<B, 'a>(&'a mut self, src: &'a mut B) -> WriteBuf<'a, Self, B>where Self: Sized + Unpin, B: Buf,

Writes a buffer into this writer, advancing the buffer’s internal cursor. Read more
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fn write_all_buf<B, 'a>( &'a mut self, src: &'a mut B ) -> WriteAllBuf<'a, Self, B>where Self: Sized + Unpin, B: Buf,

Attempts to write an entire buffer into this writer. Read more
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fn write_all<'a>(&'a mut self, src: &'a [u8]) -> WriteAll<'a, Self>where Self: Unpin,

Attempts to write an entire buffer into this writer. Read more
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fn write_u8(&mut self, n: u8) -> WriteU8<&mut Self>where Self: Unpin,

Writes an unsigned 8-bit integer to the underlying writer. Read more
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fn write_i8(&mut self, n: i8) -> WriteI8<&mut Self>where Self: Unpin,

Writes a signed 8-bit integer to the underlying writer. Read more
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fn write_u16(&mut self, n: u16) -> WriteU16<&mut Self>where Self: Unpin,

Writes an unsigned 16-bit integer in big-endian order to the underlying writer. Read more
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fn write_i16(&mut self, n: i16) -> WriteI16<&mut Self>where Self: Unpin,

Writes a signed 16-bit integer in big-endian order to the underlying writer. Read more
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fn write_u32(&mut self, n: u32) -> WriteU32<&mut Self>where Self: Unpin,

Writes an unsigned 32-bit integer in big-endian order to the underlying writer. Read more
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fn write_i32(&mut self, n: i32) -> WriteI32<&mut Self>where Self: Unpin,

Writes a signed 32-bit integer in big-endian order to the underlying writer. Read more
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fn write_u64(&mut self, n: u64) -> WriteU64<&mut Self>where Self: Unpin,

Writes an unsigned 64-bit integer in big-endian order to the underlying writer. Read more
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fn write_i64(&mut self, n: i64) -> WriteI64<&mut Self>where Self: Unpin,

Writes an signed 64-bit integer in big-endian order to the underlying writer. Read more
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fn write_u128(&mut self, n: u128) -> WriteU128<&mut Self>where Self: Unpin,

Writes an unsigned 128-bit integer in big-endian order to the underlying writer. Read more
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fn write_i128(&mut self, n: i128) -> WriteI128<&mut Self>where Self: Unpin,

Writes an signed 128-bit integer in big-endian order to the underlying writer. Read more
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fn write_f32(&mut self, n: f32) -> WriteF32<&mut Self>where Self: Unpin,

Writes an 32-bit floating point type in big-endian order to the underlying writer. Read more
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Writes an 64-bit floating point type in big-endian order to the underlying writer. Read more
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fn write_u16_le(&mut self, n: u16) -> WriteU16Le<&mut Self>where Self: Unpin,

Writes an unsigned 16-bit integer in little-endian order to the underlying writer. Read more
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Writes a signed 16-bit integer in little-endian order to the underlying writer. Read more
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Writes an unsigned 32-bit integer in little-endian order to the underlying writer. Read more
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Writes a signed 32-bit integer in little-endian order to the underlying writer. Read more
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Writes an unsigned 64-bit integer in little-endian order to the underlying writer. Read more
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fn write_i64_le(&mut self, n: i64) -> WriteI64Le<&mut Self>where Self: Unpin,

Writes an signed 64-bit integer in little-endian order to the underlying writer. Read more
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fn write_u128_le(&mut self, n: u128) -> WriteU128Le<&mut Self>where Self: Unpin,

Writes an unsigned 128-bit integer in little-endian order to the underlying writer. Read more
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fn write_i128_le(&mut self, n: i128) -> WriteI128Le<&mut Self>where Self: Unpin,

Writes an signed 128-bit integer in little-endian order to the underlying writer. Read more
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fn write_f32_le(&mut self, n: f32) -> WriteF32Le<&mut Self>where Self: Unpin,

Writes an 32-bit floating point type in little-endian order to the underlying writer. Read more
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fn write_f64_le(&mut self, n: f64) -> WriteF64Le<&mut Self>where Self: Unpin,

Writes an 64-bit floating point type in little-endian order to the underlying writer. Read more
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fn flush(&mut self) -> Flush<'_, Self>where Self: Unpin,

Flushes this output stream, ensuring that all intermediately buffered contents reach their destination. Read more
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fn shutdown(&mut self) -> Shutdown<'_, Self>where Self: Unpin,

Shuts down the output stream, ensuring that the value can be dropped cleanly. Read more
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