std::basic_syncbuf<CharT,Traits,Allocator>::basic_syncbuf (3) - Linux Man Pages

std::basic_syncbuf<CharT,Traits,Allocator>::basic_syncbuf: std::basic_syncbuf<CharT,Traits,Allocator>::basic_syncbuf


std::basic_syncbuf<CharT,Traits,Allocator>::basic_syncbuf - std::basic_syncbuf<CharT,Traits,Allocator>::basic_syncbuf


explicit basic_syncbuf( streambuf_type* obuf = nullptr ) (1)
: basic_syncbuf( obuf, Allocator() ) {}
basic_syncbuf( streambuf_type* obuf, const Allocator& a); (2)
basic_syncbuf( basic_syncbuf&& rhs); (3)

1,2) Creates an instance of std::basic_syncbuf with emit-on-sync policy set to false, wrapped streambuffer set to obuf, and using a as the allocator for temporary storage.
3) Move constructor: move-constructs a std::basic_syncbuf object by moving all contents from another std::basic_syncbuf object rhs, including the temporary storage, the wrapped stream pointer, policy, and all other state (such as the mutex pointer). After move, rhs is not associated with a stream, and rhs.get_wrapped()==nullptr. The put area member pointers of the base class std::basic_streambuf of rhs are guaranteed to be null. Destroying a moved-from rhs will not produce any output.


obuf - pointer to the std::basic_streambuf to wrap
a - the allocator to use for temporary storage
rhs - another std::basic_syncbuf to move from


1,2) May throw std::bad_alloc from the constructor of the internal temporary storage or std::system_error from the mutex construction.


Typically called by the appropriate constructors of std::basic_osyncstream.


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See also

sync synchronizes the buffers with the associated character sequence
          (virtual protected member function of std::basic_streambuf<CharT,Traits>)
          atomically transmits the entire internal buffer to the wrapped streambuf
emit (public member function)