A PseudoFile is a file-like object whose content is generated and modified dynamically on-the-fly by invoking handler functions rather than being directly persisted as a sequence of bytes.
This class is designed to allow programs to publish read-only, or read-write properties such as configuration options, debug flags, and dumps of internal state which may change dynamically.
Although PseudoFile usually contain text, they can also be used for binary data.
Read callback, is called when the connection to the file is opened and pre-populates a buffer that will be used to when serving this file content over this particular connection.
Write callback, if any, is called when the connection is closed if the file
content was ever modified while the connection was open.
fuchsia.io.File#write() calls or opening a file for
writing with the
openFlagTruncate flag set.
#readOnly(). Wraps the callback, allowing it to return a String instead of a Uint8List,
but otherwise behaves identical to
#readWrite(). Wraps the read callback, allowing it to return a
String instead of a
Uint8List. Wraps the write callback, only allowing valid UTF-8 content to be written into
the file. Written bytes are converted into a string instance, and the passed to the handler.
In every other aspect behaves just like
hashCode → int
The hash code for this object. ...
runtimeType → Type
A representation of the runtime type of the object.
Close this node and all of its bindings and children.
connect(int flags, int mode, InterfaceRequest request, [int parentFlags = Flags.fsRights]) int
Connects to this instance of PseudoFile and serves
fushsia.io.File over fidl.
Return the description of this file. This function may return null if describing the node fails. In that case, the connection should be closed.
filterForNodeReference(int flags) int
Filter flags when
openFlagNodeReference is passed.
This will maintain compatibility with c++ layer.
Inode number as defined in io.fidl.
noSuchMethod(Invocation invocation) dynamic
Invoked when a non-existent method or property is accessed. ...
open(int flags, int mode, String path, InterfaceRequest request, [int parentFlags = Flags.fsRights]) void
This function is called from
This function parses path and opens correct node. ...
sendErrorEvent(int flags, int status, InterfaceRequest request) void
Create a error node to send onOpen event with failure status.
Returns a string representation of this object.
Should be one of ...
operator ==(Object other) bool
The equality operator. ...