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Interface Streamable


public interface Streamable

Represents some data that may be streamed out to a writer. Allows components in the rendering pipeline to generate their output lazily and directly to the final output buffer instead of passing a lot of temporary intermediate strings. Error Handling: Note that streamables are responsible for their own error handling. If your streamable throws an exception, chances are the error will propagate and kill the whole thing being rendered, so exceptions should be reserved for real infrastructure or programming errors. Errors in parsing or processing that are encountered during rendering should be handled inside the streamable itself (such as writing some kind of error to the output stream)


Method Summary
 void writeTo(Writer writer)
          Write the contents of the streamable to the provided writer.
 

Method Detail

writeTo

void writeTo(Writer writer)
             throws IOException
Write the contents of the streamable to the provided writer.

Parameters:
writer - the writer the streamable will be providing its output to
Throws:
IOException - if some error occurs while writing to the provided writer


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