Correctly report EOF even when overreading This version includes a bug fix contributed by Johan Meiring where "over reading" the stream would cause the `eof()' function to incorrectly return false. This version fixes this behavior. This version is a bug fix and should be suitable for all users. See: https://github.com/ancarda/psr7-string-stream/pull/4
Throw StreamUnusableException after close/detach This commit adjusts the behavior of close and detach to set the body to null rather than an empty string. All methods that support throwing an exception will now throw StreamUnusableException to indicate the stream has been closed and is thus unusable. The methods that do not have "@throws RuntimeException" in their docblocks usually return the zero value of their type. The sole exception is the eof (End of File) function, since both true and false is wrong; there's no stream to be at the end of. In this case, true is returned because that's how the existing implementation works; pointer is at payload length. StreamUnusableException is a kind of IllegalOperationException, a new exception that tells upstream callers which function call failed and why. ReadOnlyStringStream now throws IllegalOperationException when a user calls the write() method. Closes #1
Introduce ReadOnlyStringStream This commit introduces a Read Only version of StringStream
Fix write() to not assume appending is correct This commit rewrites the `write()' function to check if it's at EOF before appending. Now the function is able to prepend if at SOF, and can also overwrite data in the middle of a stream.