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Published: Sep 15, 2020 | License: Apache-2.0 | Module:


func CopyDir

func CopyDir(fs afero.Fs, from, to string, shouldCopy func(filename string) bool) error

CopyDir copies a directory.

func CopyFile

func CopyFile(fs afero.Fs, from, to string) error

CopyFile copies a file.

func NewMultiWriteCloser

func NewMultiWriteCloser(writeClosers io.WriteCloser

NewMultiWriteCloser creates a new io.WriteCloser that duplicates its writes to all the provided writers.

func ToReadCloser

func ToReadCloser(r io.Reader) io.ReadCloser

ToReadCloser creates an io.ReadCloser from the given io.Reader. If it's not already, one will be created with a Close method that does nothing.

func ToWriteCloser

func ToWriteCloser(w io.Writer) io.WriteCloser

ToWriteCloser creates an io.WriteCloser from the given io.Writer. If it's not already, one will be created with a Close method that does nothing.

type ReadSeekCloser

type ReadSeekCloser interface {

ReadSeekCloser is implemented by afero.File. We use this as the common type for content in Resource objects, even for strings.

type ReadSeeker

type ReadSeeker interface {

ReadSeeker wraps io.Reader and io.Seeker.

type ReadSeekerNoOpCloser

type ReadSeekerNoOpCloser struct {

ReadSeekerNoOpCloser implements ReadSeekCloser by doing nothing in Close. TODO(bep) rename this and simila to ReadSeekerNopCloser, naming used in stdlib, which kind of makes sense.

func NewReadSeekerNoOpCloser

func NewReadSeekerNoOpCloser(r ReadSeeker) ReadSeekerNoOpCloser

NewReadSeekerNoOpCloser creates a new ReadSeekerNoOpCloser with the given ReadSeeker.

func NewReadSeekerNoOpCloserFromString

func NewReadSeekerNoOpCloserFromString(content string) ReadSeekerNoOpCloser

NewReadSeekerNoOpCloserFromString uses strings.NewReader to create a new ReadSeekerNoOpCloser from the given string.

func (ReadSeekerNoOpCloser) Close

func (r ReadSeekerNoOpCloser) Close() error

Close does nothing.

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