Types that are shared across more than one crate in the Fuchsia identity stack.
Data associated with authentication enrollment.
Data associated with an enrollment of an authentication mechanism capable of storage unlock.
StagedFile is a wrapper around a |&DirectoryProxy| and a |FileProxy| for a staged file within that directory. The primary purpose of StagedFile is to implement the atomic write workflow summarized as open -> write -> sync -> close -> rename. This workflow is simplified to simply write -> commit. One caveat to the use of StagedFile is that in the event of power loss or a crash, there may be orphaned temporary files in the directory. This means that clients should clean up their directories of temporary files prior to operating in that directory. As such, it is important to choose a |filename_prefix| that is guaranteed not to collide with |target_filename|s given when calling StagedFile::commit. It would have been preferable to use the tempfile crate here, but it lacks the ability to open things without making use of paths and namespaces, and as such, StagedFile should only be used in cases where we must supply our own |DirectoryProxy|.
TaskGroup manages spawning and gracefully terminating asynchronous tasks on a multi-threaded Fuchsia executor, where individual tasks receive cancellation signals and are in control of terminating themselves. This allows the TaskGroup owner to await for completion of the tasks. TaskGroups can also be nested, allowing for independent cancellation of a child TaskGroup, or cancelling parent and child TaskGroups together (through cancelling the parent). Note that a dropped TaskGroup will cancel its own tasks, but not its childrens’ tasks. Hence, it is not recommended to rely on std::ops::drop, but rather to always use cancel() prior to destruction. (This might be changed in the future).
Describes an error with StagedFile usage.
TaskGroupError is the failure type for this module.
Returns a future which resolves either when cancel or fut is ready. If both are ready, cancel takes precedence. If the provided future wins, its output is returned. If cancel wins, None is returned.
TaskGroupCancel is a future which each task is able to poll for cancellation intent.