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Author pitrou
Recipients martin.panter, nikratio, pitrou, serhiy.storchaka
Date 2015-02-27.13:39:42
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> LZMAFile now uses BufferedReader.peek(). The current implementation seems appropriate, but I am not comfortable with the current specification in the documentation, which says it is allowed to not return any useful data.

What do you mean with "useful data"? peek() should always return at least one byte (except on EOF or on non-blocking streams, of course).
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