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Asynchronous filesystem manipulation operations (and stdin, stdout, stderr).
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Asynchronous file and standard stream adaptation.
This module contains utility methods and adapter types for input/output to
files or standard streams (
filesystem manipulation, for use within (and only within) a Tokio runtime.
Tasks run by worker threads should not block, as this could delay
servicing reactor events. Portable filesystem operations are blocking,
however. This module offers adapters which use a
to inform the runtime that a blocking operation is required. When
necessary, this allows the runtime to convert the current thread from a
worker to a backup thread, where blocking is acceptable.
Where possible, users should prefer the provided asynchronous-specific
traits such as
AsyncRead, or methods returning a
type. Adaptions also extend to traits like
std::io::Read where methods
std::io::Result. Be warned that these adapted methods may return
std::io::ErrorKind::WouldBlock if a worker thread can not be converted
to a backup thread immediately. See tokio-executor for more details
of the threading model and