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body-image

Adaptive RAM/file-backed HTTP bodies

15 releases (stable)

2.2.2 Jan 29, 2021
2.0.0 Jan 13, 2020
1.3.0 Oct 1, 2019
1.2.0 May 13, 2019
0.3.0 Jun 26, 2018

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Used in 3 crates

MIT/Apache

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body-image

Rustdoc Change Log Crates.io CI Status

The body-image crate provides a uniform access strategy for HTTP body payloads which may be scattered across multiple allocations in RAM, or buffered to a temporary file, and optionally memory mapped. This effectively enables trading some file I/O cost in return for supporting significantly larger bodies without risk of exhausting RAM.

See the top-level (project workspace) README for additional rationale.

Minimum supported rust version

MSRV := 1.39.0

The crate will fail fast on any lower rustc (via a build.rs version check) and is also CI tested on this version.

License

This project is dual licensed under either of following:

Contribution

Unless you explicitly state otherwise, any contribution intentionally submitted for inclusion in body-image by you, as defined by the Apache License, shall be dual licensed as above, without any additional terms or conditions.

Dependencies

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