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From Dean Gaudet <>
Subject Re: Flushing the buffer from a module
Date Wed, 14 May 1997 22:24:48 GMT
Nothing calls rflush() because it's not good for performance in general,
and nothing we have right now requires it.  But something like Sameer's
cgi buffering patch is an example where it's useful.  rflush() is the way
to go if you want to provide this functionality. 


On Wed, 14 May 1997, Rasmus Lerdorf wrote:

> > 	I think you can call rflush. Actually, I added a Flush() call
> > to php. I will dig up the patch and give it to you.
> Well, it is simple enough to do the Flush() call.  I was just checking if
> calling bflush() was the way to go.  The rflush() function simply does
> a bflush(r->connection->client), so it looks like it is intended to be the
> access function to do this.  I just don't see anything else calling
> rflush() anywhere.
> -Rasmus

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