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The current version of SyncWrapper is 1.0.1.

0.1.1 (older version) Rating: Strong Positive Thoroughness: Medium Understanding: High

by niklasf on 2021-10-16

Reviewed for soundness. There are two instances of unsafe code.

One is a standard pin projection.

The other is the primary purpose of the crate:

unsafe impl Sync for SyncWrapper {}

This is equivalent to the statement that all instances of &SyncWrapper can be safely sent across thread boundaries. This is true, because &SyncWrapper is useless. The crate allows no operations on &SyncWrapper alltogether. The only provided methods require &mut SyncWrapper or owned SyncWrapper.


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