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On 2013/08/24 04:59:41, jamwt wrote:
On the API front, I'm inclined to leave it as is just b/c it fits the common
case so well; in the _uncommon_ case, couldn't you still write a
connector that
returns a "smart" object that implements readwritecloser? It could be an
in-memory thing speaking the protocol. I don't think the use of
io.Copy() would
preclude this, unless I'm missing something...
Doesn't preclude, no, but just makes me twitch. :)

- JP

https://codereview.appspot.com/12837048/

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