Refactor TemporaryBuffer to support reuse in other contexts
Later we are going to add support for smart HTTP, which requires us to
buffer at least some of the request created by a client before we ship
it to the server. For many requests, we can fit it completely into a
1 MiB buffer, but if it doesn't we can drop back to using the chunked
transfer encoding to send an unknown stream length.
Rather than recoding the block based memory buffer, we refactor the
local file overflow strategy into a subclass, allowing the HTTP client
code to replace this portion of the logic with its own approach to
start the chunked encoding request.
Signed-off-by: Shawn O. Pearce <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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