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false), the parent stream is closed if DataStream is closed.
set_stream(DataStream, buffer(line))on the data stream to get line-buffered output. See set_stream/2 for details. Switching buffering to
Here is example code to write a chunked data to a stream
http_chunked_open(Out, S, ), format(S, 'Hello world~n', ), close(S).
If a stream is known to contain chunked data, we can extract this data using
http_chunked_open(In, S, ), read_stream_to_codes(S, Codes), close(S).
The current implementation does not generate chunked extensions or an HTTP trailer. If such extensions appear on the input they are silently ignored. This is compatible with the HTTP 1.1 specifications. Although a filtering stream is an excellent mechanism for encoding and decoding the core chunked protocol, it does not well support out-of-band data.
After http_chunked_open/3, the encoding of DataStream is the
same as the encoding of RawStream, while the encoding of
octet, the only value allowed for HTTP chunked
streams. Closing the DataStream restores the old encoding on
io_error(read, Stream)where the message context provides an indication of the problem. This error is raised if the input is not valid HTTP chunked data.