Struct veloren_common_assets::LoadFrom

pub struct LoadFrom<U, L>(PhantomData<(U, L)>);
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Loads assets from another type.

An example case for this is to easily load wrapper types, which are needed when the wrapped type is defined in another crate.

§Example

use assets_manager::{Asset, loader::{LoadFrom, ParseLoader}};
use std::net::IpAddr;

struct Ip(IpAddr);

impl From<IpAddr> for Ip {
    fn from(ip: IpAddr) -> Ip {
        Ip(ip)
    }
}

impl Asset for Ip {
    const EXTENSION: &'static str = "ip";
    type Loader = LoadFrom<IpAddr, ParseLoader>;
}

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§0: PhantomData<(U, L)>

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impl<T, U, L> Loader<T> for LoadFrom<U, L>
where U: Into<T>, L: Loader<U>,

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fn load( content: Cow<'_, [u8]>, ext: &str, ) -> Result<T, Box<dyn Error + Send + Sync>>

Loads an asset from its raw bytes representation. Read more

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impl<U, L> Freeze for LoadFrom<U, L>

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impl<U, L> RefUnwindSafe for LoadFrom<U, L>

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impl<U, L> Send for LoadFrom<U, L>
where U: Send, L: Send,

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impl<U, L> Sync for LoadFrom<U, L>
where U: Sync, L: Sync,

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impl<U, L> Unpin for LoadFrom<U, L>
where U: Unpin, L: Unpin,

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impl<U, L> UnwindSafe for LoadFrom<U, L>
where U: UnwindSafe, L: UnwindSafe,

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