A push library for parsing HTTP/1.x requests and responses.
The focus is on speed and safety. Unsafe code is used to keep parsing fast,
but unsafety is contained in a submodule, with invariants enforced. The
parsing internals use an
Iterator instead of direct indexing, while
skipping bounds checks.
With Rust 1.27.0 or later, support for SIMD is enabled automatically.
If building an executable to be run on multiple platforms, and thus
target_cpu flags to the compiler,
runtime detection can still detect SSE4.2 or AVX2 support to provide
If compiling for a specific target, remembering to include
-C target_cpu=native allows the detection to become compile time checks,
making it even faster.
- Represents a parsed header.
- An error in parsing a chunk size.
- Parser configuration.
- A parsed Request.
- A parsed Response.
- An error in parsing.
- The result of a successful parse pass.
- An empty header, useful for constructing a
Headerarray to pass in for parsing.
- Parse a buffer of bytes as a chunk size.
- Parse a buffer of bytes as headers.
- A Result of any parsing action.