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[lsd0003] 02/02: Fixed a fixme

From: gnunet
Subject: [lsd0003] 02/02: Fixed a fixme
Date: Tue, 15 Jun 2021 09:25:16 +0200

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elias-summermatter pushed a commit to branch master
in repository lsd0003.

commit 96421e00e5afc5132955906fb3889721785f5758
Author: Elias Summermatter <>
AuthorDate: Tue Jun 15 09:22:27 2021 +0200

    Fixed a fixme
 draft-summermatter-set-union.xml | 23 -----------------------
 1 file changed, 23 deletions(-)

diff --git a/draft-summermatter-set-union.xml b/draft-summermatter-set-union.xml
index dcecd87..1a82d3d 100644
--- a/draft-summermatter-set-union.xml
+++ b/draft-summermatter-set-union.xml
@@ -2510,29 +2510,6 @@ FUNCTION END
                     surface as possible and makes it more difficult for the 
attacker to send the
                     protocol into an endless loop, for example.
-                <t>
-                    The following function is executed every time a message is 
-                    The array allowed_state, which contains a list of allowed 
messages for
-                    the current state of the application.
-                </t>
-                <figure 
-                    <artwork name="" type="" align="left" alt=""><![CDATA[
-# Input:
-# as: A array containing all states in which the message can be received
-# s: The state in which the protocol is in
-# Output:
-# Returns TRUE if message is valid in state and FALSE if not
-FUNCTION check_valid_state (as, s)
-    FOR (as in as) ## FIXME: WTF? as in as??? Also: overall terrible way to do 
this -- where would 'as' come from? Also, I do not think this function SHOULD 
even be in the RFC (technically, all you want to say is 's in as').
-        IF (as == s)
-            RETURN TRUE
-        END IF
-    FOR END
-FUNCTION END # FIXME: you did not use FUNCTION END above... Be consistent!
-                    ]]></artwork>
-                </figure>
             <section anchor="security_generic_functions_mfc" numbered="true" 
                 <name>Message Flow Control</name>

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