Re: [quicwg/base-drafts] QPACK [editorial] Misc minor editorial changes. (#2942)

afrind <> Wed, 16 October 2019 16:36 UTC

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afrind commented on this pull request.

> @@ -477,28 +479,27 @@ it can choose to use a lower dynamic table capacity (see
 For clients using 0-RTT data in HTTP/3, the server's maximum table capacity is
 the remembered value of the setting, or zero if the value was not previously
-sent.  When the client's 0-RTT value of the SETTING is 0, the server MAY set it

Yeah, I guess zero pairs better with non-zero?  I don't think it makes a huge difference either way.

> @@ -603,7 +607,8 @@ is used without modification.
 This document expands the definition of string literals and permits them to
 begin other than on a byte boundary.  An "N-bit prefix string literal" begins
 with the same Huffman flag, followed by the length encoded as an (N-1)-bit
-prefix integer.  The remainder of the string literal is unmodified.
+prefix integer.  The prefix size, N, can have a value between 2 and 8.  The

Ah, right, N=1 doesn't make sense.  2 and 8 inclusive?

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