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Subject: Re: [Boost-users] [iostreams] why doesn't file_sink flush?
From: eg (egoots_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-05-05 14:23:02
Andy Schweitzer wrote:
> eg wrote:
>> Andrew Schweitzer wrote:
> Thanks, I've read that, but it doesn't directly answer my questions. In
> particular, a) fstream flush seems to work fine, so I'm curious why
> file_sink doesn't call it and b) given that you can't flush a file_sink
> what is the appropriate implementation - it seems like there would be
> one that is relatively straight-forward.
I dont know why file_sink or file_descriptor_sink are not currently
implemented with the flushable_tag.
It looks like it would be very straightforward to add.
My usage of iostreams has always involved the gzip filters, which are
not flushable either, so I haven't run into this and don't have a
solution... other than adding flush support to file_sink.
Is there more to it than adding the flushable_tag, and adding a flush
function to basic_file_sink and basic_file<Ch>, the latter simply
calling pimpl->file_.flush() ?
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