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Function TaskPipe.close

Actively closes the connection and frees associated resources.

void close() @safe;

Note that close must always be called, even if the remote has already closed the connection. Failure to do so will result in resource and memory leakage.

Closing a connection implies a call to finalize, so that it doesn't need to be called explicitly (it will be a no-op in that case).


Sönke Ludwig


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