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Re: [PATCH] read-response-body should return received data when any brea
Re: [PATCH] read-response-body should return received data when any break happens
Fri, 16 Mar 2012 02:48:11 +0800
On 16 March 2012 02:37, Ian Price <address@hidden> wrote:
> Daniel Hartwig <address@hidden> writes:
>> For example, reusing the same bytevector and looping over
>> read-response-body! saving the results to disk each time. This limits
>> the memory use to the size of the bytevector *and* removes the copy
>> operation from your implementation (bonus!).
> If you wanted to do it that way, it'd be better to pass in the port
> directly and cut out the middle man.
Indeed. The procedure shown is similar to one from one of my own
projects which features the write-to-disk internally.
I guess it pays to keep in mind that it is trivial to rearrange
procedures such as this to suit any particular situation. The OP
appeared--to me--to be very over worked for the task.
Perhaps such error-tolerance/streaming capabilities can be tied in at
a level closer to get-bytevector-n...
Re: [PATCH] read-response-body should return received data when any break happens, Ian Price, 2012/03/15