Tectonic’s pluggable I/O backend.
Helpers to tidy up the computation of digests in various places.
Tectonic I/O implementations for
Tectonic I/O implementations for types provided by
An "I/O stack" is an I/O provider that delegates requests to a series of sub-providers in turn.
Tectonic I/O trait implementations for the standard I/O streams.
Some implementations for testing.
Input handles are basically Read objects with a few extras. We don't require the standard io::Seek because we need to provide a dummy implementation for GZip streams, which we wouldn't be allowed to do because both the trait and the target struct are outside of our crate.
A handle for Tectonic output streams.
What kind of source an input file ultimately came from. We keep track of this in order to be able to emit Makefile-style dependencies for input files. Right now, we only provide enough options to achieve this goal; we could add more.
A convenience type for file-open operations when "not found" needs to be handled specially.
Errors that are generic to Tectonic's framework, but not capturable as IoErrors.
A hack to allow casting of Bundles to IoProviders.
An extension to the basic Read trait supporting additional features needed for Tectonic's I/O system.
A trait for types that can read or write files needed by the TeX engine.
Try to open a file on the fileystem, returning an