Re: #555: frame synchronization

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, Kinkie writes:
>On Mon, Jul 21, 2014 at 3:27 PM, Michael Sweet <> wrote:
>> Generally I think this is unnecessary - HTTP depends on "reliable" transport (TCP as defined) so we probably don't need this for frames generally.
>To me the most obvious advantage is not about data corrupted/lost by
>transport, but in rapid detection of buggy http2 implementations in


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