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Re: From gnunet-bcd to

From: Christian Grothoff
Subject: Re: From gnunet-bcd to
Date: Sun, 21 Nov 2021 23:26:29 +0100
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Dear Alessio,

Wow, that read like a ton of great work was done that should be merged
'soon' ;-). I have one comment:

On 11/21/21 8:10 PM, Alessio Vanni wrote:
> - gnunet-namestore
> The '-u' option was broken. I forgot in which version this change was
> made, but now public keys for egos are "stringified" by prepending a
> readable representation of the string length before the actual key.
> gnunet-namestore was trying to read the old format, which is six
> characters shorter.

I'm a bit confused by this, I don't recall making this change or
discussing something like this with anyone. What I do recall is that we
added the cipher type sometime in the past. However, prefixing by a
readable representation of the string length!?!? Why would we do that?
I'm confused. If anyone could clarify this, I'd much appreciate it!

Happy hacking!


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