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Re: iCalendar - "octets" question
Alan Davies wrote:
> What is the purpose of adding folding?
> If it's for human legibility of the iCalendar source, then folding
> between characters would make more sense than between octets.
> If folding is just for preventing absurdly long lines which some
> machines may not like, then folding between octets might make more
But makes unfolding - a guess if you don't know the charset.
> RFC 2445 states that folding should be added between characters of
> course. Is it OK to change this because it allows a certain parser
> implementation strategy to work?
That was because iCalendar objects can be sent via email,
and email (821 or 822) specifies folding?
> Of course, folding is only a "SHOULD"; are multibyte characters
> one of the "valid reasons in particular circumstances" [RFC2119]
> for not adding folding.
Fold between characters - not at octets.
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