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tempfile now supports Linux optimizations like
That said, one might still enjoy the ergonomic single-shot nature of Write Atomic's
copy_file methods, as well as their permission/ownership-syncing behaviors, and so it lives on!
// One line is all it takes: write_atomic::write_file("/path/to/my-file.txt", b"Some data!").unwrap();
write_atomic to your
[dependencies] write_atomic = "0.5.*"
See also: CREDITS.md
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