[Bug libstdc++/10063] [3.4 Regression] stdio_filebuf broken

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Fri May 23 09:11:00 GMT 2003


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------- Additional Comments From paolo@gcc.gnu.org  2003-05-23 08:59 -------
Benjamin, I'm tentatively assigning this to you as the guy currently working on
those issues.

Personally, I don't know what should we really do in order to be able to
intermix flawlessly the current stdio_filebuf - which, at variance with the old
situation ends up always issuing direct non blocking I/O syscalls, i.e., read,
write, lseek and so on - with stdio. Perhaps we should just hit the bullet and
declare that this is now possible only with stdio_sync_filebuf?

What do you think?

Paolo.



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