[PATCH] Fix Unicode handling in :INVERT readtable and :CASE :COMMON pathnames
marius.gerbershagen at gmail.com
Mon May 11 19:32:36 UTC 2020
Not all streams may be buffered, think for example user-defined gray
streams. And even if they implement buffering, it will still be faster
to have one generic function dispatch instead of maybe 10 or 20 for each
character. Since symbols are so common data types, I think the small
optimization is worth it there.
Am 11.05.20 um 01:06 schrieb Vladimir Sedach:
> Marius Gerbershagen <marius.gerbershagen at gmail.com> writes:
>> thank you very much for the bug reports and patches. I have
>> incorporated your changes in the develop branch of the git
>> repository. If you have any more bug fixes in the future, it would be
>> preferable to directly open a merge request at
>> https://gitlab.com/embeddable-common-lisp/ecl/ instead of sending
>> patches to the mailing list, since it makes things easier for us.
> One more question. Is there a reason you decided to keep
> buffer_write_char in write_symbol.d? This seems like double-buffering
> to me - shouldn't the stream take care of the buffering? In my simple
> test there did not seem to be a performance difference, and the code
> was simpler. Am I missing something?
> Vladimir Sedach
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