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From jaltekruse <...@git.apache.org>
Subject [GitHub] drill pull request: DRILL-3874: flattening large JSON objects uses...
Date Thu, 01 Oct 2015 20:58:24 GMT
Github user jaltekruse commented on the pull request:

    Overall, the changes look solid.
    I am thinking it may be worth trying to remove the bodies of the existing getBufferSize()
methods and replace them with calls into these new methods, passing in the current valueCount
that is expected to be set with a call to setValueCount(int) before getBufferSize() is used.
It seems weird to have two different ways to compute the same values, although I see the reason
for it, previously we were using the writerIndex() for all of the fixed length primitives,
which is also set in setValueCount().
    I don't consider it a must fix to check in, I just wanted to know if you had thought about
this and ruled it out.

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