What are you talking about? It's Wednesday. Everyone knows that UTF8Strings have indefinite lengths on Wednesdays.
On Dec 15, 2010, at 8:50 AM, Jaap Keuter wrote:
> "With the proper use of subtrees the structure of even the most complex
> protocols becomes clear."
> ... and then came ASN.1 ... ;)
> On Wed, 15 Dec 2010 17:32:13 +0100, "news.gmane.com"
> <[email protected]> wrote:
>> "Jaap Keuter" <[email protected]> wrote in
>> message news:[email protected]...
>>> This 'colorize' is mainly intended to mark changeover into another
>>> Usually you see this at the top level (from the root), but occasionally
>>> when a protocol is encapsulated (some ITU protocols show this).
>>> As long as your 'structures' are at the top level, these could be
>>> considered valid use if they are truly independant, otherwise it's just
>>> poor style.
>> Well the protocol is designed as it is. And I think you agree that it would
>> be an abuse to highlight structure starts similar (but not identically) as a
>> Does anybody see any other way to help the eyes to find the next structure
>> in a complex packet structure?
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