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From Ben Reser <>
Subject Re: Python bindings: core.Stream missing close method?
Date Wed, 20 Aug 2014 11:40:51 GMT
On 8/19/14 11:08 PM, Alexey Neyman wrote:
> Hi,
> It looks like the core.Stream class does not close the underlying streams. It 
> does save reference to a svn_stream_t wrapper in self._stream, but does not 
> call svn_stream_close() on its own deletion, nor does the auto-generated 
> svn_stream_t class do so.
> Obviously, it can be closed by calling core.svn_stream_close(s._stream) - but 
> this accesses private fields not intended to be used as external interfaces.
> Am I right that it leaks open streams? If I am - perhaps, fix as attached - to 
> implement the file-object-like behavior for core.Stream?

Yup.  The wrapped svn_stream_t probably should call close on itself on deletion
but I don't see any problem with the patch so I've applied it in r1619077.

Thanks for the patch.

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