[dtn-security] Re: [dtn-dev] Re: SDNV-new

Scott Burleigh <Scott.Burleigh@jpl.nasa.gov> Wed, 25 May 2005 16:46 UTC

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Michael Demmer wrote:

>>I don't think its really harder to code up use of
>>sdnv-8 or -16 though, nor are coders likely IMO to
>>get confused between these as long as we don't
>>oscillate between 'em at specification time.
>Agreed -- I don't think any one of these schemes is easier and/or
>harder to implement. My argument would be to settle on any one, but as
>long as we're consistent, I don't really care. 
>It does, however, bring a naming question as to what to call this
>scheme... I don't think SDNV-new is all that appealing in the long
If we're going to go with this, and if we're going to change it in LTP 
as well (and I don't know why not), let's just call it "SDNV".