[RC5] LIFO? Is this true?

Jim C. Nasby nasbjim at charlie.cns.iit.edu
Wed May 6 12:51:10 EDT 1998


It was designed this way because most operating systems don't readily
support FIFO files, and LIFO is much easier to impliment from a coding
standpoint. Have no fear, v3 will be FIFO... :)

Mooo!
dB!

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On Tue, 5 May 1998, Barry Wright wrote:

> LIFO? Is this true?
> If so there must be some blocks at the bottom of my buffer which have been
> festering there for weeks.
> Why is it designed this way?
> regards,  Barry
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Stephen Berg <sberg at gccweb.net>
> To: rc5 at llamas.net <rc5 at llamas.net>
> Date: 05 May 1998 00:38
> Subject: [RC5] NT GUI and Dialer
> 
> 
> >...[snip]...
> >If I'm online and it's frequently updating I end up with blocks in
> >the buffer never being processed since they're LIFO.
> 
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