Re: [quicwg/base-drafts] Allow the Transport to Stop/Reset a Stream? (#3291)

Martin Thomson <notifications@github.com> Fri, 13 December 2019 01:32 UTC

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I will observe that the garbage-collected stream object can a) do nothing and leave the stream hanging, b) close the stream, or c) call on some help to decide what to use with RESET_STREAM or STOP_SENDING or both.  I think that (a) is likely the default.  The local implementation drops state and carries on.  The other side might be left hanging, but that is - as much as anything else - the only clear bit of application intent you might infer from what happened.

Now, if you want to ensure that the problem is noticed and acted upon, local signals might be the next step.  But if the other side needs to know, then terminating the connection will get the problem noticed.

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