Re: JFV and Common Structure specifications

"Poul-Henning Kamp" <phk@phk.freebsd.dk> Wed, 23 November 2016 18:44 UTC

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In message <44dafe6e-3049-287d-34c8-994bdf27c02c@gmx.de>de>, Julian Reschke writes:

>That said, we need to keep in mind that at least one of the arguments 
>brought up against JSON applies to this proposal as well -- if we 
>consider the underlying data model to be a dictionary, we'll have to 
>figure out what to do when that parameter occurs multiple times.

Yes, we do, but only for each individual header which uses CS.

In difference from JSON, there is nothing in CS which cares either way.

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