Now that we understand our data representation and errors, lets write our first parser! As mentioned several times,RESP is a word based protocol. So lets write a word parser! The only thing we care about is finding theposition (index) of the next CLRF.
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As this is infallible, we don't necessary need to use the
RedisResult type. So our function can have the following signature: 3d animation software mac.
So we'll take the tokio provided buffer
buf, and our current position
pos,and if we can, output
Some((next_pos, BufSplit)). We'll use burntsushi's fantastic
memchrcrate to accelerate searching for CLRF (
Great! We can now efficiently grab individual words from our input buffer. Even better, simple strings and errors are simple type transformations of this:
If that syntax isn't super familiar, both of the above are equivalent to:
So all we're doing is wrapping the
BufSplit returned by
word in the appropriate
Nice! So our easy types are out of the way. We now need to parse ints, bulk strings, and finally arrays.
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