[Standards] stream restarts

Dave Cridland dave at cridland.net
Thu May 8 15:18:26 UTC 2008

On Thu May  8 16:10:27 2008, Stephen Pendleton wrote:
> I'm not sure what architecture you are using, but aren't you doing  
> something like:
> - read socket (TLS is handled at the socket layer)
> - unwrap sasl if sasl has been negotiated
> - uncompress if XEP-0138 compression has been negotiated
> - present ascii XML to XML parser
> I also don't see why you can't just keep doing what you are doing  
> now (throwing out the parser). The only thing that is changing is  
> the removal of the <stream:stream> stanzas. You can still throw  
> away (or reset) the parser at the right moments.

Let's assume you're right.

What advantage is there in doing away with the stream restarts, then?

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