Thomas,

On Thu, Jun 12, 2014 at 10:11:36AM +0200, Thomas Braun wrote:
> Am 12.06.2014 09:29, schrieb Jeremiah Mahler:
> > A common use case with strubfs is to set the buffer to a new value.
> > This must be done in two steps: a reset followed by an add.
> > 
> >   strbuf_reset(buf);
> >   strbuf_add(buf, new_buf, len);
> > 
> > In cases where the buffer is being built up in steps, these operations
> > make sense and correctly convey what is being performed.
> > 
> >   strbuf_reset(buf);
> >   strbuf_add(buf, data1, len1);
> >   strbuf_add(buf, data2, len2);
> >   strbuf_add(buf, data3, len3);
> > 
> > However, in other cases, it can be confusing and is not very concise.
> > 
> >   strbuf_reset(buf);
> >   strbuf_add(buf, default, len1);
> > 
> >   if (cond1) {
> >     strbuf_reset(buf);
> >     strbuf_add(buf, data2, len2);
> >   }
> > 
> >   if (cond2) {
> >     strbuf_reset(buf);
> >     strbuf_add(buf, data3, len3);
> >   }
> > 
> > Add strbuf_set operations so that it can be re-written in a clear and
> > concise way.
> > 
> >   strbuf_set(buf, default len1);
> very minor nit: missing comma between default and len1.

I can't believe I missed that.  Good catch ;-)

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