pub trait GlobalHandler<D>: DowncastSync {
    fn bind(
        self: Arc<Self>,
        handle: &Handle,
        data: &mut D,
        client_id: ClientId,
        global_id: GlobalId,
        object_id: ObjectId
    ) -> Arc<dyn ObjectData<D> + 'static>; fn can_view(
        &self,
        _client_id: ClientId,
        _client_data: &Arc<dyn ClientData + 'static>,
        _global_id: GlobalId
    ) -> bool { ... } fn debug(&self, f: &mut Formatter<'_>) -> Result<(), Error> { ... } }
Expand description

A trait representing the handling of new bound globals

Required Methods

A global has been bound

Given client bound given global, creating given object.

The method must return the object data for the newly created object.

Provided Methods

Check if given client is allowed to interact with given global

If this function returns false, the client will not be notified of the existence of this global, and any attempt to bind it will result in a protocol error as if the global did not exist.

Default implementation always return true.

Helper for forwarding a Debug implementation of your GlobalHandler type

By default will just print GlobalHandler { ... }

Implementations

Returns true if the trait object wraps an object of type __T.

Returns a boxed object from a boxed trait object if the underlying object is of type __T. Returns the original boxed trait if it isn’t.

Returns an Rc-ed object from an Rc-ed trait object if the underlying object is of type __T. Returns the original Rc-ed trait if it isn’t.

Returns a reference to the object within the trait object if it is of type __T, or None if it isn’t.

Returns a mutable reference to the object within the trait object if it is of type __T, or None if it isn’t.

Returns an Arc-ed object from an Arc-ed trait object if the underlying object is of type __T. Returns the original Arc-ed trait if it isn’t.

Trait Implementations

Formats the value using the given formatter. Read more

Implementors