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From Julian Reschke <julian.resc...@gmx.de>
Subject Re: JSOP extension points, was: JSOP
Date Tue, 06 Dec 2011 09:16:01 GMT
On 2011-12-06 10:05, Thomas Mueller wrote:
> Hi,
>> The extension could indicate whether it's must-understand (such as
>> 'copy') or may-ignore (such as 'metadata').
> The 'may-ignore' extensions would have to be known when creating the
> specification.
> What about versions? The version to use is negotiated as follows:
> * client and server send the maximum version they support
> * they take the smaller of the two values in further communication
> In the case the server doesn't understand "copy node" (server version is
> 1), the client (client version 2) could send explicit add node commands,
> which are also understand in version 1, but are less efficient.
> Actually there could be multiple version number, for example a server and
> a client version, or a read and a write version (if the client version is
> too low, he might only be allowed to read but not write).

Version numbers may work when the format is defined by a single party.

Is it? Right now? Certainly not if we want to propose this as 
alternative to JSON-Patch (the IETF ID).

Best regards, Julian

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