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    Michał "phoe" Herda · Monday, 3 January, 2022 - 18:55

#CommonLisp #Lisp

Someone noted that they'd like a stream that can append to an existing stream with a fill pointer, like the stream that with-output-to-string can produce, except with indefinite extent. A little bit of Lisp hackery produced something that seems to work, even if greatly untested (yet).

;;; A fill pointer output stream with indefinite extent

(defclass fill-pointer-output-stream
  ((string :accessor fill-pointer-output-stream-string :initarg :string))
  (:default-initargs :string (a:required-argument :string)))

(defmethod trivial-gray-streams:stream-line-column
    ((stream fill-pointer-output-stream)))

(defmethod trivial-gray-streams:stream-start-line-p
    ((stream fill-pointer-output-stream)))

(defmethod trivial-gray-streams:stream-write-char
    ((stream fill-pointer-output-stream) char)
  (vector-push-extend char (fill-pointer-output-stream-string stream)))


CL-USER> (let* ((string (make-array 0 :element-type 'character :fill-pointer 0))
                (stream (make-instance 'fill-pointer-output-stream :string string)))
           (write-string "asdf" stream)
           (close stream)