nonblocking 8-bit-clean pipe buffer
bfr's purpose is to buffer data. It buffers from its standard input
and/or a list of files of your choosing, and allows this data to flow
to its standard output at whatever rate that end can handle. It's
useful for any situation in which it's beneficial to have I/O occur in
a detached yet smooth fashion.
Also contained is bfp, a buffering /dev/dsp writer. Pipe your raw PCM
data to it, for skip-free bliss.
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