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#352 in Data structures
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Known unique versions of
This allows them to be used for mutable ownership.
The main reason to use
ArcBox is for types that will be reference counted,
but need some "fixing up" done after being allocated behind the reference counted pointer.
With the standard library types, you would use
get_mut and have to handle the impossible
case where the value was shared. With the known unique versions, you have
so it's as simple as mutating behind a
erasable: Erase pointers of their concrete type.
ptr-union: Pointer unions the size of a pointer.
rc-borrow: Borrowed forms of
slice-dst: Support for custom slice-based DSTs.
Why not triomphe?
Triomphe is a great atomic reference counting library!
The main difference between triomphe and these utilities is that
triomphe implements a new
Arc type that doesn't support weak references
(and as such does not have to pay the cost of handling potential weak references),
whereas these pointer utilities use the standard library's reference counting types.
If you need to work with standard library
Rc, triomphe won't work for you.
If you want a more battle-tested library by the servo developers, use triomphe. If you want small, self-contained extensions to the standard library types, use these pointer utilities.
Additionally, triomphe only supports atomic reference counting.
We provide support for both
Minimum Supported Rust Version
We require a minimum Rust version of 1.41.0. This is for an adjustment of local trait impl checking.
Minimum version support is only guaranteed with minimal version resolution
--minimal-versions) due to how dependencies are handled.
The minimum version of Rust will only be incremented with minor version bumps,
not patch version bumps, and will be deliberate and clearly noted in change notes.
Licensed under either of
- Apache License, Version 2.0 (LICENSE/APACHE or http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0)
- MIT license (LICENSE/MIT or http://opensource.org/licenses/MIT)
at your option.
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