From: Jonathan Turkanis (technews_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-03-22 16:32:03
Dirk Griffioen wrote:
> I would love to use the boost::iostreams lib, so I created a filter
> (which, in this case, does encryption)
> but instead of passing it std::cout I would like to pass it some other
> stream, a stringstream for instance (or any kind of ostream/istream,
> depending on the direction).
> However, I was very surprised to find the following code taking 100%
> cpu and not returning. It probably means I did something wrong, but I
> can't seem to find it.
Here's a cleaned up example that reproduces the bug (when endl is replaces by
"\n"). It seems the filter is a red herring.
out << "test" << std::endl;
//out << "test" << "\n";
std::cout << os.str();
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