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Control over backend closing #1

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io7m opened this Issue May 12, 2016 · 0 comments

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io7m commented May 12, 2016

Right now, it's necessary to call close() on a layout to get errors in the case where the user has opened more blocks than they've closed. The problem is that the close() method calls close() on the backend, which tends to call close() on the underlying output stream.

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@io7m io7m added the bug label May 12, 2016

@io7m io7m closed this in 1ac8b96 May 29, 2016

io7m added a commit that referenced this issue Sep 1, 2016

DataLayouter was calling the wrong super method
DataLayouter.beginIInd() was calling super.beginI() when it should
have been calling super.beginIInd().

Thanks @eprst!

Fix #1
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