From: Christopher Kohlhoff (chris_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-08-19 07:07:37
--- Stefan Arentz <stefan.arentz_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> Or you could get the first 10 bytes
> in a new buffer and then 'compress' the original buffer. That way you
> can have sort of a ring buffer where you can take stuff of the
> beginning when you have received a full packet.
asio has the fixed_buffer template which does a similar sort of thing.
It is used to implement the buffered_* templates that add buffering to
sockets while retaining the interface.
> Always when I use asio, I end up implementing something similar in my
> code It would be nice if it were part of the standard asio library.
> (Not saying that we should copy this, I'm just saying that it is good
> functionality to have in a frmework that does network io)
Would you be able to share the C++ interface you have in mind for this?
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