On Mon, Dec 11, 2017 at 08:37:43PM +0800, Tiejun.Peng wrote:
> yes, it  is.
> maybe we should add every stream's status and the whole file status can't  be 
> fail only by  one of streams.
> but the modification will be too much and the effect  is extensive.

iam not sure i understand what you suggest but
this issue can be avoided by avoiding the overlap between the error
simply adding a otherwise not used error code for signaling that
data is truncated but everything is fine and code can continue
should work.
we can also use EOF as in your patch if people feel the advantages
outweight the risk. I just dont want this to be done as undocumented
If EOF return implies everything must have been fully consistently
initialized then this must be documented


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