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Re: Mark/seek/reset problems in svn_subst_stream_translated()

From: Greg Stein <gstein_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 15 Apr 2010 11:28:13 -0400

I'd suggest that we simply remove mark/seek/reset from the translated stream.

(I was never comfortable with that extension to our streams in the
first place, and I don't see a reason that all streams must implement


On Thu, Apr 15, 2010 at 09:18, Julian Foad <julian.foad_at_wandisco.com> wrote:
> I noticed some oddities/problems with the stream mark/seek/reset
> functionality in svn_subst_stream_translated().
> 1.
> svn_subst_stream_translated() doesn't handle mark/seek properly.
> translated_stream_mark() saves and translated_stream_seek() restores
> only the source stream's position, and not the internal state of
> translation which it resets to "not in a translation".  This will work
> properly only if the marked position is not inside a keyword or EOL.  It
> needs to store (into the mark structure) the current state of
> translation as well.
> (An alternative could be to attach conditions to the use of mark/seek:
> "this only works if you do XXX" - but I think that would be a Bad Thing.
> The concept of streams works well precisely because we can layer
> arbitrary streams on top of each other and expect them to work without
> having to worry about such conditions.)
> 2.
> translated_stream_seek() first flushes the output buffer, but
> translated_stream_reset() doesn't.  I think that's a bug in _reset.
> - Julian
Received on 2010-04-15 17:28:51 CEST

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