How an ArmorReader should act.
Makes the armor reader tolerant of simple errors.
The armor reader will be tolerant of common formatting errors,
such as incorrect line folding, but the armor header line
----- BEGIN PGP MESSAGE -----) and the footer must be
If a Kind is specified, then only ASCII Armor blocks with the appropriate header are recognized.
This mode is appropriate when reading from a file.
Makes the armor reader very tolerant of errors.
Tolerant mode, in this mode, the armor reader
doesn't require an armor header line. Instead, it examines
chunks that look like valid base64 data, and attempts to parse
Although this mode looks for OpenPGP fingerprints before invoking the full parser, due to the number of false positives, this mode of operation is CPU intense, particularly on large text files. It is primarily appropriate when reading text that the user cut and pasted into a text area.
impl Clone for ReaderMode[src]
impl Copy for ReaderMode[src]
impl Debug for ReaderMode[src]
impl Default for ReaderMode[src]
impl PartialEq<ReaderMode> for ReaderMode[src]
impl StructuralPartialEq for ReaderMode[src]
impl RefUnwindSafe for ReaderMode
impl Send for ReaderMode
impl Sync for ReaderMode
impl Unpin for ReaderMode
impl UnwindSafe for ReaderMode
type Output = T
Should always be
type Owned = T
The resulting type after obtaining ownership.
fn clone_into(&self, target: &mut T)[src]
type Error = Infallible
The type returned in the event of a conversion error.