If the server returned less than we asked for we're at EOF
davecb at sun.com
Wed Nov 28 13:47:37 GMT 2007
Unix systems return less than asked on EOF, and after reaching
EOF on an unchanging file will return 0 bytes and feof(fp) will
Amin Azez wrote:
> says: If the server returned less than we asked for we're at EOF
> I'm aware that if it returns 0 bytes we're at EOF, is it strictly true
> that less-than-asked-for also means EOF?
> My caching code returns smaller-than-asked-for reads if the full amount
> isn't in the cache, and so far no clients have interpreted this as EOF,
> but kept from where the previous read left off.
> Am I supposed to make use of the "remaining" field here?
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