I am wondering what the use cases of a sync.Pool
<http://godoc.org/sync#Pool> could be in comparison to a buffered channel?
The docs say that sync.Pool is used to "cache" output to stdio. I guess
that a sync.Pool may benefit here as it does not have a limit in size.
I still see two downsides on using sync.Pool over buffered channel:
1. Limiting the size via buffered channels may prevent memory problems
2. Using select or for over a channel uses less resources then always
checking pool.Get() for non-nil values
On the other side I am sure the Go devs would not have added sync.Pool if
there would be no reason. So what am I missing?
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