Re: Getting to Consensus: CONTINUATION-related issues

In message <>
, Martin Thomson writes:
>On 18 July 2014 10:07, Michael Sweet <> wrote:
>> Nothing has been said about a required rollback capability, and I can't find any mention of rollback on the linked wiki page either.
>Say you have a block of headers that you need to encode for sending.
>You discover that you exceed the limit only after performing the
>encoding up to the point that you exceed the limit.  At that point,
>you can't send the block.  And all the changes that have been applied
>to the header table need to be backed out.

I don't think it says anywhere that you cant *send* the block, but if
you do, you should expect it to get rejected.

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