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From Vincent Tence <vte...@videotron.ca>
Subject Re: [jira] Updated: (DIRSNICKERS-102) The Length' s nuber of byte must not be 127
Date Sat, 12 Feb 2005 20:51:53 GMT
> Those are two test cases related to the issue. 
> 
> The Undefinite Length form is not allowed by RFC 2251 : chapter 5.1, limitation (1),
so it could make sense to throw an exception in this particullary case. However, it may seems
a little bit restrictive, so I suggest that a configuration flag should be use to allow or
disallow this feature.
> 
> The point is : are we trying to build a generic ASN.1 compliant decoder, or a specific
one. 

I am gald you brough that point up Emmanuel, and I'd like to know what 
the other guys think about this. What the best approach for us?

1. Build specific component and grow them to generic ones later on if 
there's a need.

2. Try to build generic components from the start

I would favor #1, so we concentrate our energies on our needs and we 
build the best API for what we have to do. We can then evaluate 
opportunities for extracting generic components.

Opinions?

- Vincent

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