You're seeing just the function close, go back to Mint.HTTP module for more information.


close(t()) :: {:ok, t()}

Closes the given connection.

This function closes the socket wrapped by the given connection. Once the socket is closed, the connection goes into the "closed" state and open?/1 returns false. You can throw away a closed connection.

Closing a connection does not guarantee that data that is in flight gets delivered to the server.

Always returns {:ok, conn} where conn is the updated connection.


{:ok, conn} = Mint.HTTP.close(conn)