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#1929 in Parser implementations
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This crate provides abstractions for push-based decoding and pull-based encoding. That means, the caller is responsible for obtaining the bytes to decode and feeding them into decoder or pulling bytes from encoder and feeding them into writr.
The main advantage of this approach is that it's IO-agnostic, which implies both
no_std. You can use the same code to deserialize from sync
async readers and only need a tiny piece of code to connect the reader to a decoder. This
piece of code is provided by this crate for
lgio (usable with
std- enables integration with the standard library - it's IO and error traits
alloc- enables integration with the standard
lgio- connects decoders to lgio IO.
tokio- connects decoders to Tokio IO.
async-std- connects decoders to async-std IO.
futures_0_3- connects decoders to futures 0.3.x IO