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Re: Packets sequences

2004-03-17 18:53:20

That'd work, although there's still the current special-case of allowing a string of literal packets. Is there any reason for this? My code doesn't handle this, but that's because it never occurred to me that anyone would ever
construct a packet like that.  It seems to be a clunky way to do
indeterminate-length packets (use a sequence of literal packets rather than a single literal packet with indeterminate-length chunks). If there's some reason for this, could the RFC include some text explaining it or discourage
people from using it?

The background is in the archives here.


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