Extension trait with useful methods for
fn force_lock(&self) -> MutexGuard<T>
mutex.lock().unwrap() with a better panic message.
This method is intended to be used in situations where poisoned locks are considered an exceptional situation and should always result in panic.
use std::sync::Mutex; use stdext::prelude::*; let lock = Mutex::new(1); let n = lock.force_lock(); assert_eq!(*n, 1);