From: Eric Woodruff (Eric.Woodruff_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-08-11 11:42:18
I've considered that a streambuf that works off a set of existing character
iterators might be useful.
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From: Daryle Walker
Sent: Sunday, 2002:August:11 11:44 AM
Subject: Added stream adaptors and array-based streams to sandbox[Repeat]
In the Boost CVS sandbox, I added:
A systematic way to make stream types from a new streambuf type
A streambuf that uses an internal array for its work.
Not very useful, meant more as an application of stream-wrapping
A simple demonstration of the above two headers
Needs much improvement, help?
Updated for the two headers listed
I realized that we make new I/O source/sink types by creating a new
streambuf type. Then we write attached streams that use that streambuf.
The standard library works this way. I hope my classes can automate the
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