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Rust library for MIME multipart parsing, construction, and streaming
This crate predates rust async support. It will remain pre-async to support codebases which aren't intending to be rewritten under the async methodology. That means we will remain on hyper 0.10.
Documentation is available at https://docs.rs/mime-multipart
- Parses from a stream, rather than in memory, so that memory is not hogged.
- Streams parts which are identified as files (via the part's Content-Disposition header, if any, or via a manual override) to files on disk.
- Uses buffered streams.
- Lets you build and stream out a multipart as a vector of parts (
Nodes), some of which could be files, others could be nested multipart parts.
If you are specifically dealing with
multipart/formdata, you may be interested in
https://github.com/mikedilger/formdata which uses this crate and takes it a step
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