Package bfss3 abstracts Amazon S3 bucket.

    When imported, it registers a global `s3://` scheme resolver and can be used like:

    import (
      _ ""
    func main() {
      ctx := context.Background()
      u, _ := url.Parse("s3://bucket?prefix=custom%2Fprefix&acl=MY_ACL")
      bucket, _ := bfs.Resolve(ctx, u)
      f, _ := bucket.Open(ctx, "file/within/prefix.txt")

    bfs.Resolve supports the following query parameters:

    prefix                 - path prefix/namespace within the bucket
    aws_access_key_id      - custom AWS credentials
    aws_secret_access_key  - custom AWS credentials
    aws_session_token      - custom AWS credentials
    region                 - specify an AWS region
    max_retries            - specify maximum number of retries
    acl                    - custom ACL, defaults to DefaultACL



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    const DefaultACL = "bucket-owner-full-control"

      DefaultACL is the default ACL setting.


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      func New

      func New(bucket string, cfg *Config) (bfs.Bucket, error)

        New initiates an bfs.Bucket backed by S3.


        type Config

        type Config struct {
        	// Native AWS configuration, used to create a Session,
        	// unless one is already passed.
        	AWS aws.Config
        	// Custom ACL, defaults to DefaultACL.
        	ACL string
        	// An optional path prefix
        	Prefix string
        	// An optional custom session.
        	// If nil, a new session will be created using the AWS config.
        	Session *session.Session

          Config is passed to New to configure the S3 connection.

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