Given a template function, and an input chain of encoded text data, this function will detect the encoding of the input chain, and convert that runtime value into a compile-time parameter to the given function. Useful for writing code that needs to handle all the forms of text encoding.
auto ref auto runWithEncoding(alias func, bool UnknownIsUTF8 = true, Chain, Args...) (
auto ref Args args
if (isIopipe!Chain && is(typeof(detectBOM(c
Use the encoding type as a parameter to assumeText to get an iopipe of
dchar elements for processing.
Note that func must return the same type no matter how it's called, as the BOM detection and calling is done at runtime. Given that there are 5 different encodings that iopipe handles, you will have 6 instantiations of the function, no matter whether the input contains that encoding or not.
The second version assumes that the function doesn't care what the encoding
is, but just wants to get a text iopipe with the appropriate encoding
already handled. In this case, the function will receive a chain of
dchar window elements.
|func||The template function to call.|
|UnknownIsUTF8||If true, then an undetected encoding will be passed as UTF8 to your function. Otherwise, the Unknown encoding will be passed.|
|c||The iopipe input chain that should have encoded text in it.|
|args||Any optional args to pass to the function.|
The return value from func.