afarooqa at gmail.com
Fri Jun 23 22:48:11 UTC 2017
I consulted this wiki and File is not implemented for v8, only FileIo is
I ended up doing something similar,
var read_size = 2048;
var jsFd = new FileIO('/opt/prj_jsons/cfId.json', 'r');
jsData = jsFd.data();
}while(jsData.length == read_size);
its a good idea to put a cap on the read_size, i'll put a cap on after a
I tried appending the new data to the incomplete read attempt, but after
the first iteration the buffer wont clear and on last iteration data from
previous read attempt was concatenated to the .data() output of the last
read attempt after the data in file finished.
if the data read cannot exceed the total bytes in the file I can get rid of
this and safely just put the desired cap size in the read_size. Thanks.
On Sat, Jun 24, 2017 at 1:00 AM, Anthony Minessale <
anthony.minessale at gmail.com> wrote:
> That wiki documentation is from the old spidermonkey js module not the new
> v8 one.
> I believe that putting a very large number will not cause any problems as
> the data read cannot exceed the total bytes in the file so it should not be
> a problem.
> You can always do an append loop. Its usually a good practice to have a
> precise max size to read because what if the file was accidentally 2gb.
> On Fri, Jun 23, 2017 at 3:36 AM, Raymond <xxxman2008 at 126.com> wrote:
>> Hi ,
>> This will help you . https://wiki.freeswitch.org/wiki/File
>> At 2017-06-22 21:49:33, "Faruq Ahmad" <afarooqa at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I have a FS dialplan that fetches callflow from a JSON file. File is read
>> var JsonFd = new FileIO(JsonPath, 'r');
>> result = JsonFd.data();
>> var menu = JSON.parse(result),
>> Is there anyway I can read the whole file in one attempt, i.e. when a
>> smaller size was given to the .read() function it wouldn't read the
>> complete file. I have increased the value of size for read function however
>> my concern is in the long run file size might increase and parse would get
>> an incomplete JSON.
>> Is there anyway I can get filesize from FileIO object or detect EOF from
>> the read buffer to make sure the whole file is loaded?
>> Also if I increase the size for read fucntion buffer way over the
>> estimated filesizes, is there any guarantee that no garbage values will be
>> read from the disk after the EOF?
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