[zeromq-dev] RFC-26 possible typo

Laurent Alebarde l.alebarde at free.fr
Thu Nov 14 17:42:04 CET 2013


Hi Pieter,

In the RFC-26, I think there is a typo here:

CurveZMQ has these commands: HELLO, WELCOME, INITIATE, READY, and 
MESSAGE. A connection always starts with the client sending HELLO to the 
server, which responds with READY:

C:HELLO
S:READY


Shouldn't it be:


CurveZMQ has these commands: HELLO, WELCOME, INITIATE, READY, and 
MESSAGE. A connection always starts with the client sending HELLO to the 
server, which responds with *WELCOME*:

C:HELLO
S:*WELCOME*

Later, you write:

Either peer can close their side of the connection at any time. If a 
peer has not sent metadata, and closes its side of the connection, this 
is considered a hard error. If a peer closes its side of the connection 
after sending its metadata, this is considered a soft error (*and the 
implementation can therefore retry later*).


Shouldn't it be:

(and the *peer *can therefore retry later).

Cheers,

Laurent

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