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

Bence Béky <notifications@github.com> Wed, 16 October 2019 18:05 UTC

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bencebeky commented on this pull request.



> @@ -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

Okay.  I guess it is the word "inclusive" that you are missing, so I'm adding it.

It is interesting (but irrelevant) to note that RFC7541 5.1 does not explicitly include the word "inclusive", though the next sentence implies that 8 is allowed:
"The prefix size, N, is always between 1 and 8 bits. An integer starting at an octet boundary will have an 8-bit prefix."

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