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I just realized that these two functions - which have been in CLISP for =
a decade - are missing from impnotes.html.
They come in very handy when writing custom streams.
MAKE-BUFFERED-INPUT-STREAM can make a stream take input from a =
MAKE-BUFFERED-OUTPUT-STREAM does line buffering on output. This =
enhances tiny write() pretty much.
I prefer to report this here instead of filing a bug-report, so people =
can start using them!
For example, MAKE-BUFFERED-INPUT-STREAM might work nicely together with =
non-blocking or single calls to read() on sockets and pipes(might need =
enhancement to return ls_wait status to the listen function).
A nice extension to the output behaviour would be to allow any kind of =
buffering, e.g. in 4KB chunks.
Both are limited to character streams. But see the cookbook on how to =
do arbitrary 8bit output using character streams.