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Topic: YAS, a sign of digit capacity of a host in archive title

Greetings! Now in title of archive I save bit of digit capacity of a host. It creates some logical retreat about transferable archives (which is YAS), therefore as the data in archive identical and archive titles different. A question in, whether it is necessary  to delete this information from archive title? Thanks.

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Re: YAS, a sign of digit capacity of a host in archive title

Hello, niXman, you wrote: X> a question in, whether it is necessary  to delete this information from archive title? Delete

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Re: YAS, a sign of digit capacity of a host in archive title

Hello, niXman, you wrote: X> now in title of archive I save bit of digit capacity of a host. It creates some logical retreat about transferable archives (which is YAS), therefore as the data in archive identical and archive titles different. Well i.e., the title contains the superfluous absolutely information which is not concerning business? X> a question in, whether it is necessary  to delete this information from archive title? I would delete. Actually, I would make binary serialization compatible with any of more or less used formats. Well, for example, with BSON

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Re: YAS, a sign of digit capacity of a host in archive title

Hello, Pzz, you wrote: Pzz> Well i.e., the title contains the superfluous absolutely information which is not concerning business? It turns out so... YAS it in any way does not use. Pzz> actually, I would make binary serialization compatible with any of more or less used formats. Well, for example, with BSON so cbor and bson I already started to saw

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Re: YAS, a sign of digit capacity of a host in archive title

Hello, niXman, you wrote: Pzz>> Actually, I would make binary serialization compatible with any of more or less used formats. Well, for example, with BSON X> so cbor and bson I already started to saw It is possible still ASN.1 to make. Then you will wallow in this project for ever

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Re: YAS, a sign of digit capacity of a host in archive title

Hello, Pzz, you wrote: Pzz> It is possible still ASN.1 to make. Then you will wallow in this project for ever I somehow started to read to dock, and at once were tired %)

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Re: YAS, a sign of digit capacity of a host in archive title

Hello, niXman, you wrote: Pzz>> It is possible still ASN.1 to make. Then you will wallow in this project for ever X> I somehow started to read to dock, and at once were tired %) In standard library of language Go made. Abrupt muzhiks, are not present words. There, of course, the subset, but any implementation ASN.1 is a subset. However their subset suffices, that cryptography certificates to read/write and for implementation SSL/TLS. Only ~1800 lines on Go, by the way were laid down.

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Re: YAS, a sign of digit capacity of a host in archive title

Hello, niXman, you wrote: Pzz>> Actually, I would make binary serialization compatible with any of more or less used formats. Well, for example, with BSON X> so cbor and bson I already started to saw I Looked at this cbor with curiosity. It seems to me, the foolish format, and hardly gets accustomed.

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Re: YAS, a sign of digit capacity of a host in archive title

Hello, Pzz, you wrote: Pzz> It is possible still ASN.1 to make. Then you will wallow in this project for ever ASN.1 there will be a killer a feature.

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Re: YAS, a sign of digit capacity of a host in archive title

Hello, Kernan, you wrote: Pzz>> It is possible still ASN.1 to make. Then you will wallow in this project for ever K> ASN.1 there will be a killer a feature. It, by the way, truth