PathBuf-like types for representing canonical
In the same way a
str "guarantees" a
&[u8] contains only valid UTF-8 data,
CanonicalPathBuf guarantee that the paths they represent
are canonical, or at least, were canonical at the time they were created.
- Rust 1.35+
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