Struct bonsaidb::server::fabruic::Endpoint[]

pub struct Endpoint { /* fields omitted */ }
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Represents a socket using the QUIC protocol to communicate with peers.

Stream

Receives incoming Connections through [Stream].

Implementations

Builds a new Builder. See Builder methods for defaults.

Examples
use fabruic::Endpoint;

let endpoint = Endpoint::builder().build()?;

Simplified version of creating a client. See Builder for more sophisticated configuration options. Must be called from inside a Tokio Runtime.

Notes

This configuration will not be able to receive incoming Connections.

Errors

std::io::Error if the socket couldn’t be bound to the given address.

Panics

If not called from inside a Tokio Runtime.

Examples
use fabruic::Endpoint;

let endpoint = Endpoint::new_client()?;

Simplified version of creating a server. See Builder for more sophisticated configuration options. Must be called from inside a Tokio Runtime.

Errors

std::io::Error if the socket couldn’t be bound to the given address.

Panics
Examples
use fabruic::{Endpoint, KeyPair};

let endpoint = Endpoint::new_server(0, KeyPair::new_self_signed("self-signed"))?;

Establishes a new Connection to a server. The servers Certificate will be validated aggainst the root certificate store and the domain in the URL.

Attempts to resolve the IP from the given URL. Uses trust-dns by default if the crate feature trust-dns is enabled. Otherwise ToSocketAddrs is used.

See Builder::set_trust_dns or Builder::disable_trust_dns for more control.

Notes

The following settings are used when using trust-dns:

  • all system configurations are ignored, see Builder::set_hosts_file
  • Cloudflare with DoH is used as the name server
  • DNSSEC is enabled, see Builder::set_dnssec
  • IPv6 is preferred over IPv4 if the bound socket is IPv6
Errors
Examples
use fabruic::Endpoint;

let endpoint = Endpoint::new_client()?;
// not going to actually work because `localhost` can't have a valid certificate
let connecting = endpoint.connect("quic://localhost:443").await?;

Establishes a new Connection to a server.

See connect for more information on host name resolution.

Notes

The root certificate store will be ignored and the given Certificate will validate the server.

A client certificate KeyPair set with Builder::set_client_key_pair will be ignored, use client_key_pair to add a client certificate to this connection.

This method is intended for direct connection to a known server, the domain name in the URL is not checked against the Certificate. Multiple domain names in the Certificate aren’t supported.

Errors
Panics

Panics if the given Certificate or KeyPair are invalid. Can’t happen if they were properly validated through Certificate::from_der or KeyPair::from_parts.

Examples
use fabruic::Endpoint;

let endpoint = Endpoint::new_client()?;
// the server certificate has to be imported from somewhere else
let connecting = endpoint
	.connect_pinned("quic://localhost:443", &server_certificate, None)
	.await?;

Get the local SocketAddr the underlying socket is bound to.

Errors

std::io::Error if aquiring the local address failed.

Examples
use fabruic::Endpoint;

let endpoint = Endpoint::new_client()?;
assert!(endpoint.local_address().is_ok());

Close all of this Endpoint’s Connections immediately and cease accepting new Connections.

To close an Endpoint gracefully use close_incoming, Sender::finish and wait_idle.

Examples
use fabruic::Endpoint;

let endpoint = Endpoint::new_client()?;
endpoint.close();

Prevents any new incoming connections. Already incoming connections will finish first. This will always return error::AlreadyClosed if the Endpoint wasn’t started with a listener.

See Builder::set_server_key_pair.

Errors

error::AlreadyClosed if it was already closed.

Examples
use fabruic::{Endpoint, KeyPair};

let endpoint = Endpoint::new_server(0, KeyPair::new_self_signed("test"))?;
assert!(endpoint.close_incoming().await.is_ok());

Wait for all Connections to the Endpoint to be cleanly shut down. Does not close existing connections or cause incoming connections to be rejected. See close_incoming.

Examples
use fabruic::Endpoint;

let endpoint = Endpoint::new_client()?;
endpoint.wait_idle().await;

Trait Implementations

Returns a copy of the value. Read more

Performs copy-assignment from source. Read more

Establishes a new Connection to a server without verifying the servers Certificate. The servers CertificateChain can still be manually insepcted through Connection::peer_identity. Read more

Formats the value using the given formatter. Read more

Returns true if the stream should no longer be polled.

Values yielded by the stream.

Attempt to pull out the next value of this stream, registering the current task for wakeup if the value is not yet available, and returning None if the stream is exhausted. Read more

Returns the bounds on the remaining length of the stream. Read more

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Creates a future that resolves to the next item in the stream. Read more

Converts this stream into a future of (next_item, tail_of_stream). If the stream terminates, then the next item is None. Read more

Maps this stream’s items to a different type, returning a new stream of the resulting type. Read more

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Filters the values produced by this stream according to the provided asynchronous predicate. Read more

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Converts a stream of pairs into a future, which resolves to pair of containers. Read more

Concatenate all items of a stream into a single extendable destination, returning a future representing the end result. Read more

Drives the stream to completion, counting the number of items. Read more

Repeats a stream endlessly. Read more

Execute an accumulating asynchronous computation over a stream, collecting all the values into one final result. Read more

Execute predicate over asynchronous stream, and return true if any element in stream satisfied a predicate. Read more

Execute predicate over asynchronous stream, and return true if all element in stream satisfied a predicate. Read more

Flattens a stream of streams into just one continuous stream. Read more

Flattens a stream of streams into just one continuous stream. Polls inner streams concurrently. Read more

Maps a stream like [StreamExt::map] but flattens nested Streams. Read more

Maps a stream like [StreamExt::map] but flattens nested Streams and polls them concurrently, yielding items in any order, as they made available. Read more

Combinator similar to [StreamExt::fold] that holds internal state and produces a new stream. Read more

Skip elements on this stream while the provided asynchronous predicate resolves to true. Read more

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Runs this stream to completion, executing the provided asynchronous closure for each element on the stream. Read more

Runs this stream to completion, executing the provided asynchronous closure for each element on the stream concurrently as elements become available. Read more

Creates a new stream of at most n items of the underlying stream. Read more

Creates a new stream which skips n items of the underlying stream. Read more

Fuse a stream such that poll_next will never again be called once it has finished. This method can be used to turn any Stream into a FusedStream. Read more

Borrows a stream, rather than consuming it. Read more

Catches unwinding panics while polling the stream. Read more

Wrap the stream in a Box, pinning it. Read more

Wrap the stream in a Box, pinning it. Read more

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Creates a new stream which exposes a peek method. Read more

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An adaptor for chunking up ready items of the stream inside a vector. Read more

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Returns a Future that resolves when the next item in this stream is ready. Read more

Consumes and returns the next value in the stream or None if the stream is finished. Read more

Consumes and returns the next item in the stream. If an error is encountered before the next item, the error is returned instead. Read more

Maps this stream’s items to a different type, returning a new stream of the resulting type. Read more

Combine two streams into one by interleaving the output of both as it is produced. Read more

Filters the values produced by this stream according to the provided predicate. Read more

Filters the values produced by this stream while simultaneously mapping them to a different type according to the provided closure. Read more

Creates a stream which ends after the first None. Read more

Creates a new stream of at most n items of the underlying stream. Read more

Take elements from this stream while the provided predicate resolves to true. Read more

Creates a new stream that will skip the n first items of the underlying stream. Read more

Skip elements from the underlying stream while the provided predicate resolves to true. Read more

Tests if every element of the stream matches a predicate. Read more

Tests if any element of the stream matches a predicate. Read more

Combine two streams into one by first returning all values from the first stream then all values from the second stream. Read more

A combinator that applies a function to every element in a stream producing a single, final value. Read more

Drain stream pushing all emitted values into a collection. Read more

Applies a per-item timeout to the passed stream. Read more

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