pub struct InnerContext {
Show 21 fields pub(crate) blobdir: PathBuf, pub(crate) sql: Sql, pub(crate) smeared_timestamp: SmearedTimestamp, running_state: RwLock<RunningState>, pub(crate) generating_key_mutex: Mutex<()>, pub(crate) oauth2_mutex: Mutex<()>, pub(crate) wrong_pw_warning_mutex: Mutex<()>, pub(crate) translated_stockstrings: StockStrings, pub(crate) events: Events, pub(crate) scheduler: SchedulerState, pub(crate) ratelimit: RwLock<Ratelimit>, pub(crate) quota: RwLock<Option<QuotaInfo>>, pub(crate) resync_request: AtomicBool, pub(crate) new_msgs_notify: Notify, pub(crate) server_id: RwLock<Option<HashMap<String, String>>>, pub(crate) metadata: RwLock<Option<ServerMetadata>>, pub(crate) last_full_folder_scan: Mutex<Option<Time>>, pub(crate) id: u32, creation_time: Time, pub(crate) last_error: RwLock<String>, pub(crate) debug_logging: RwLock<Option<DebugLogging>>,
}
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Actual context, expensive to clone.

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§blobdir: PathBuf

Blob directory path

§sql: Sql§smeared_timestamp: SmearedTimestamp§running_state: RwLock<RunningState>

The global “ongoing” process state.

This is a global mutex-like state for operations which should be modal in the clients.

§generating_key_mutex: Mutex<()>

Mutex to avoid generating the key for the user more than once.

§oauth2_mutex: Mutex<()>

Mutex to enforce only a single running oauth2 is running.

§wrong_pw_warning_mutex: Mutex<()>

Mutex to prevent a race condition when a “your pw is wrong” warning is sent, resulting in multiple messages being sent.

§translated_stockstrings: StockStrings§events: Events§scheduler: SchedulerState§ratelimit: RwLock<Ratelimit>§quota: RwLock<Option<QuotaInfo>>

Recently loaded quota information, if any. Set to None if quota was never tried to load.

§resync_request: AtomicBool

IMAP UID resync request.

§new_msgs_notify: Notify

Notify about new messages.

This causes Context::wait_next_msgs to wake up.

§server_id: RwLock<Option<HashMap<String, String>>>

Server ID response if ID capability is supported and the server returned non-NIL on the inbox connection. https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/html/rfc2971

§metadata: RwLock<Option<ServerMetadata>>

IMAP METADATA.

§last_full_folder_scan: Mutex<Option<Time>>§id: u32

ID for this Context in the current process.

This allows for multiple Contexts open in a single process where each context can be identified by this ID.

§creation_time: Time§last_error: RwLock<String>

The text of the last error logged and emitted as an event. If the ui wants to display an error after a failure, last_error should be used to avoid races with the event thread.

§debug_logging: RwLock<Option<DebugLogging>>

If debug logging is enabled, this contains all necessary information

Standard RwLock instead of [tokio::sync::RwLock] is used because the lock is used from synchronous Context::emit_event.

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impl Debug for InnerContext

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