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use sink::Sink;
use executor;
/// A sink combinator which converts an asynchronous sink to a **blocking
/// sink**.
/// Created by the `Sink::wait` method, this function transforms any sink into a
/// blocking version. This is implemented by blocking the current thread when a
/// sink is otherwise unable to make progress.
#[must_use = "sinks do nothing unless used"]
pub struct Wait<S> {
sink: executor::Spawn<S>,
pub fn new<S: Sink>(s: S) -> Wait<S> {
Wait {
sink: executor::spawn(s),
impl<S: Sink> Wait<S> {
/// Sends a value to this sink, blocking the current thread until it's able
/// to do so.
/// This function will take the `value` provided and call the underlying
/// sink's `start_send` function until it's ready to accept the value. If
/// the function returns `NotReady` then the current thread is blocked
/// until it is otherwise ready to accept the value.
/// # Return value
/// If `Ok(())` is returned then the `value` provided was successfully sent
/// along the sink, and if `Err(e)` is returned then an error occurred
/// which prevented the value from being sent.
pub fn send(&mut self, value: S::SinkItem) -> Result<(), S::SinkError> {
/// Flushes any buffered data in this sink, blocking the current thread
/// until it's entirely flushed.
/// This function will call the underlying sink's `poll_complete` method
/// until it returns that it's ready to proceed. If the method returns
/// `NotReady` the current thread will be blocked until it's otherwise
/// ready to proceed.
pub fn flush(&mut self) -> Result<(), S::SinkError> {