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#228 in Cryptography
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B-tree map for pub/sub services.
let mut smap: SubMap<Client> = SubMap::new();
where "Client" is a pub/sub client type, which is usually either a channel or a structure which contains a channel or locked socket or anything else, required to work with the client.
The client type MUST provide traits Ord, Eq and Clone.
All clients must be registered in the map, before they can subscribe/unsubscribe. Use "register_client" function for this.
When "unregister_client" is called, it also automatically unsubscribes the client from all the subscribed topics.
Separators and wildcards
SubMap supports the following masks:
- this/is/a/topic - single topic subscription
- this/?/a/topic - all topics which match the pattern (2nd chunk - any value)
- this/is/* - all subtopics of "this/is"
- * - all topics
Service symbols can be changed. E.g. let us create a subscription map with MQTT-style wildcards (+ for ? and # for *) but with the dot as the subtopic separator:
let mut smap: SubMap<Client> = SubMap::new().separator('.').match_any("+").wildcard("#");
Note that "/topic/x", "topic/x" and "topic//x" are 3 different topics. If any kind of normalization is required, it should be done manually, before calling SubMap functions.
let mut bmap: BroadcastMap<Client> = BroadcastMap::new();
Does the opposite job - clients are registered with regular names, while "get_clients_by_mask" function returns clients, which match the mask.
Note: the default separator is dot.
let mut acl_map = AclMap::new();
SubMap-based high-speed access control lists checker. Uses SubMap algorithm with a single unit "client" to verify various access control lists.