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Runtime Ownership for Rust

This library implements the concept of dynamic ownership, providing users with three key types: Owner, Sharer, and Holder. These types can play different roles in managing shared data, enabling flexible ownership control.

Type Descriptions

  • Owner: Holds ownership of shared data. An Owner can read, write, or even drop shared data. Note that an Owner type can only coexist with some Holder instances and cannot coexist with other Owner or Sharer instances.
  • Sharer: Shares ownership of shared data. A Sharer can read shared data but cannot perform write operations. Sharer can coexist with other Sharer or Holder instances.
  • Holder: Holds a reference to shared data but does not own it. A Holder cannot read or write shared data; its main purpose is to facilitate role conversion between Owner and Sharer.


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