Struct veloren_common_assets::ObjAsset

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pub struct ObjAsset(pub Obj);

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impl Asset for ObjAsset

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type Loader = ObjAssetLoader

Specifies a way to convert raw bytes into the asset. Read more
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const EXTENSION: &'static str = "obj"

Use this field if your asset only uses one extension. Read more
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const EXTENSIONS: &'static [&'static str] = _

This field enables you to specify multiple extension for an asset. Read more
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fn default_value( id: &SharedString, error: Box<dyn Error + Send + Sync>, ) -> Result<Self, Box<dyn Error + Send + Sync>>

Specifies a eventual default value to use if an asset fails to load. If this method returns Ok, the returned value is used as an asset. In particular, if this method always returns Ok, AssetCache::load is guaranteed not to fail. Read more
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const HOT_RELOADED: bool = true

If false, disable hot-reloading for assets of this type (true by default). If so, you may want to implement [NotHotReloaded] for this type to enable additional functions.
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impl Loader<ObjAsset> for ObjAssetLoader

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fn load(content: Cow<'_, [u8]>, _: &str) -> Result<ObjAsset, BoxedError>

Loads an asset from its raw bytes representation. Read more

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fn type_id(&self) -> TypeId

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where T: Compound,

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fn load(specifier: &str) -> Result<&'static Handle<T>, Error>

Function used to load assets from the filesystem or the cache. Example usage: Read more
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fn load_owned(specifier: &str) -> Result<T, Error>

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fn get_or_insert(specifier: &str, default: T) -> &'static Handle<T>

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fn load_cloned(specifier: &str) -> Result<Self, Error>
where Self: Clone,

Function used to load assets from the filesystem or the cache and return a clone.
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fn load_or_insert_with( specifier: &str, default: impl FnOnce(Error) -> Self, ) -> AssetHandle<Self>

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fn load_expect(specifier: &str) -> AssetHandle<Self>

Function used to load essential assets from the filesystem or the cache. It will panic if the asset is not found. Example usage: Read more
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fn load_expect_cloned(specifier: &str) -> Self
where Self: Clone,

Function used to load essential assets from the filesystem or the cache and return a clone. It will panic if the asset is not found.
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where T: Asset,

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fn load( cache: AnyCache<'_>, id: &SharedString, ) -> Result<T, Box<dyn Error + Send + Sync>>

Loads an asset from the cache. Read more
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const HOT_RELOADED: bool = Self::HOT_RELOADED

If false, disable hot-reloading for assets of this type (true by default). If so, you may want to implement [NotHotReloaded] for this type to enable additional functions.
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impl<T> DirLoadable for T
where T: Asset,

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fn select_ids( cache: AnyCache<'_>, id: &SharedString, ) -> Result<Vec<SharedString>, Error>

Returns the ids of the assets contained in the directory given by id. Read more
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fn sub_directories( cache: AnyCache<'_>, id: &SharedString, f: impl FnMut(&str), ) -> Result<(), Error>

Executes the given closure for each id of a child directory of the given directory. The default implementation reads the cache’s source.
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