pub struct BufferWriter {
    pub(crate) stream: LossyStandardStream<IoStandardStream>,
    pub(crate) printed: AtomicBool,
    pub(crate) separator: Option<Vec<u8>>,
    pub(crate) color_choice: ColorChoice,
}
Expand description

Writes colored buffers to stdout or stderr.

Writable buffers can be obtained by calling buffer on a BufferWriter.

This writer works with terminals that support ANSI escape sequences or with a Windows console.

It is intended for a BufferWriter to be put in an Arc and written to from multiple threads simultaneously.

Fields

stream: LossyStandardStream<IoStandardStream>printed: AtomicBoolseparator: Option<Vec<u8>>color_choice: ColorChoice

Implementations

Create a new BufferWriter that writes to a standard stream with the given color preferences.

The specific color/style settings can be configured when writing to the buffers themselves.

Create a new BufferWriter that writes to stdout with the given color preferences.

On Windows, if coloring is desired and a Windows console could not be found, then ANSI escape sequences are used instead.

The specific color/style settings can be configured when writing to the buffers themselves.

Create a new BufferWriter that writes to stderr with the given color preferences.

On Windows, if coloring is desired and a Windows console could not be found, then ANSI escape sequences are used instead.

The specific color/style settings can be configured when writing to the buffers themselves.

If set, the separator given is printed between buffers. By default, no separator is printed.

The default value is None.

Creates a new Buffer with the current color preferences.

A Buffer satisfies both io::Write and WriteColor. A Buffer can be printed using the print method.

Prints the contents of the given buffer.

It is safe to call this from multiple threads simultaneously. In particular, all buffers are written atomically. No interleaving will occur.

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