pub struct StaticSender<T: 'static, R: 'static = DefaultRecycle> { /* private fields */ }
Available on crate features std and static only.
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Synchronously sends values to an associated StaticReceiver.

Instances of this struct are created by the StaticChannel::split and ``StaticChannel::try_split` functions.

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impl<T, R> StaticSender<T, R>where R: Recycle<T>,

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pub fn send_ref(&self) -> Result<SendRef<'_, T>, Closed>

Reserves a slot in the channel to mutate in place, blocking until there is a free slot to write to.

This is similar to the send method, but, rather than taking a message by value to write to the channel, this method reserves a writable slot in the channel, and returns a SendRef that allows mutating the slot in place. If the StaticReceiver end of the channel uses the StaticReceiver::recv_ref method for receiving from the channel, this allows allocations for channel messages to be reused in place.

Errors

If the StaticReceiver end of the channel has been dropped, this returns a Closed error.

Examples

Sending formatted strings by writing them directly to channel slots, in place:

use thingbuf::mpsc::blocking::StaticChannel;
use std::{fmt::Write, thread};

static CHANNEL: StaticChannel<String, 8> = StaticChannel::new();

let (tx, rx) = CHANNEL.split();

// Spawn a thread that prints each message received from the channel:
thread::spawn(move || {
    for _ in 0..10 {
        let msg = rx.recv_ref().unwrap();
        println!("{}", msg);
    }
});

// Until the channel closes, write formatted messages to the channel.
let mut count = 1;
while let Ok(mut value) = tx.send_ref() {
    // Writing to the `SendRef` will reuse the *existing* string
    // allocation in place.
    write!(value, "hello from message {}", count)
        .expect("writing to a `String` should never fail");
    count += 1;
}
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pub fn send(&self, val: T) -> Result<(), Closed<T>>

Sends a message by value, blocking until there is a free slot to write to.

This method takes the message by value, and replaces any previous value in the slot. This means that the channel will not function as an object pool while sending messages with send. This method is most appropriate when messages don’t own reusable heap allocations, or when the StaticReceiver end of the channel must receive messages by moving them out of the channel by value (using the StaticReceiver::recv method). When messages in the channel own reusable heap allocations (such as Strings or Vecs), and the StaticReceiver doesn’t need to receive them by value, consider using send_ref instead, to enable allocation reuse.

Errors

If the StaticReceiver end of the channel has been dropped, this returns a Closed error containing the sent value.

Examples
use thingbuf::mpsc::blocking::StaticChannel;
use std::{fmt::Write, thread};

static CHANNEL: StaticChannel<i32, 8> = StaticChannel::new();
let (tx, rx) = CHANNEL.split();

// Spawn a thread that prints each message received from the channel:
thread::spawn(move || {
    for _ in 0..10 {
        let msg = rx.recv().unwrap();
        println!("received message {}", msg);
    }
});

// Until the channel closes, write the current iteration to the channel.
let mut count = 1;
while tx.send(count).is_ok() {
    count += 1;
}
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pub fn send_ref_timeout( &self, timeout: Duration ) -> Result<SendRef<'_, T>, SendTimeoutError>

Available on non-loom only.

Reserves a slot in the channel to mutate in place, blocking until there is a free slot to write to, waiting for at most timeout.

This is similar to the send_timeout method, but, rather than taking a message by value to write to the channel, this method reserves a writable slot in the channel, and returns a SendRef that allows mutating the slot in place. If the StaticReceiver end of the channel uses the StaticReceiver::recv_ref method for receiving from the channel, this allows allocations for channel messages to be reused in place.

Errors
Examples

Sending formatted strings by writing them directly to channel slots, in place:

use thingbuf::mpsc::{blocking::StaticChannel, errors::SendTimeoutError};
use std::{fmt::Write, time::Duration, thread};

static CHANNEL: StaticChannel<String, 1> = StaticChannel::new();
let (tx, rx) = CHANNEL.split();

thread::spawn(move || {
    thread::sleep(Duration::from_millis(500));
    let msg = rx.recv_ref().unwrap();
    println!("{}", msg);
    thread::sleep(Duration::from_millis(500));
});

thread::spawn(move || {
    let mut value = tx.send_ref_timeout(Duration::from_millis(200)).unwrap();
    write!(value, "hello").expect("writing to a `String` should never fail");
    thread::sleep(Duration::from_millis(400));

    let mut value = tx.send_ref_timeout(Duration::from_millis(200)).unwrap();
    write!(value, "world").expect("writing to a `String` should never fail");
    thread::sleep(Duration::from_millis(400));

    assert_eq!(
        Err(&SendTimeoutError::Timeout(())),
        tx.send_ref_timeout(Duration::from_millis(200)).as_deref().map(String::as_str)
    );
});
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pub fn send_timeout( &self, val: T, timeout: Duration ) -> Result<(), SendTimeoutError<T>>

Available on non-loom only.

Sends a message by value, blocking until there is a free slot to write to, waiting for at most timeout.

This method takes the message by value, and replaces any previous value in the slot. This means that the channel will not function as an object pool while sending messages with send_timeout. This method is most appropriate when messages don’t own reusable heap allocations, or when the StaticReceiver end of the channel must receive messages by moving them out of the channel by value (using the StaticReceiver::recv method). When messages in the channel own reusable heap allocations (such as Strings or Vecs), and the StaticReceiver doesn’t need to receive them by value, consider using send_ref_timeout instead, to enable allocation reuse.

Errors
Examples
use thingbuf::mpsc::{blocking::StaticChannel, errors::SendTimeoutError};
use std::{time::Duration, thread};

static CHANNEL: StaticChannel<i32, 1> = StaticChannel::new();
let (tx, rx) = CHANNEL.split();

thread::spawn(move || {
    thread::sleep(Duration::from_millis(500));
    let msg = rx.recv().unwrap();
    println!("{}", msg);
    thread::sleep(Duration::from_millis(500));
});

thread::spawn(move || {
    tx.send_timeout(1, Duration::from_millis(200)).unwrap();
    thread::sleep(Duration::from_millis(400));

    tx.send_timeout(2, Duration::from_millis(200)).unwrap();
    thread::sleep(Duration::from_millis(400));

    assert_eq!(
        Err(SendTimeoutError::Timeout(3)),
        tx.send_timeout(3, Duration::from_millis(200))
    );
});
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pub fn try_send_ref(&self) -> Result<SendRef<'_, T>, TrySendError>

Attempts to reserve a slot in the channel to mutate in place, without blocking until capacity is available.

This method differs from send_ref by returning immediately if the channel’s buffer is full or no StaticReceiver exists. Compared with send_ref, this method has two failure cases instead of one (one for disconnection, one for a full buffer), and this method will never block.

Like send_ref, this method returns a SendRef that may be used to mutate a slot in the channel’s buffer in place. Dropping the SendRef completes the send operation and makes the mutated value available to the StaticReceiver.

Errors

If the channel capacity has been reached (i.e., the channel has n buffered values where n is the usize const generic parameter of the StaticChannel), then TrySendError::Full is returned. In this case, a future call to try_send may succeed if additional capacity becomes available.

If the receive half of the channel is closed (i.e., the StaticReceiver handle was dropped), the function returns TrySendError::Closed. Once the channel has closed, subsequent calls to try_send_ref will never succeed.

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pub fn try_send(&self, val: T) -> Result<(), TrySendError<T>>

Attempts to send a message by value immediately, without blocking until capacity is available.

This method differs from send by returning immediately if the channel’s buffer is full or no StaticReceiver exists. Compared with send, this method has two failure cases instead of one (one for disconnection, one for a full buffer), and this method will never block.

Errors

If the channel capacity has been reached (i.e., the channel has n buffered values where n is the usize const generic parameter of the StaticChannel), then TrySendError::Full is returned. In this case, a future call to try_send may succeed if additional capacity becomes available.

If the receive half of the channel is closed (i.e., the StaticReceiver handle was dropped), the function returns TrySendError::Closed. Once the channel has closed, subsequent calls to try_send will never succeed.

In both cases, the error includes the value passed to try_send.

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impl<T, R> Clone for StaticSender<T, R>

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fn clone(&self) -> Self

Returns a copy of the value. Read more
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fn clone_from(&mut self, source: &Self)

Performs copy-assignment from source. Read more
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impl<T, R: Debug> Debug for StaticSender<T, R>

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fn fmt(&self, f: &mut Formatter<'_>) -> Result

Formats the value using the given formatter. Read more
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impl<T, R> Drop for StaticSender<T, R>

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fn drop(&mut self)

Executes the destructor for this type. Read more

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impl<T, R = DefaultRecycle> !RefUnwindSafe for StaticSender<T, R>

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impl<T, R> Send for StaticSender<T, R>where R: Sync, T: Sync,

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impl<T, R> Sync for StaticSender<T, R>where R: Sync, T: Sync,

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impl<T, R> Unpin for StaticSender<T, R>

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impl<T, R = DefaultRecycle> !UnwindSafe for StaticSender<T, R>

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