Commit 099edfba authored by JINMEI Tatuya's avatar JINMEI Tatuya
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[2095] a few more editorial fixes to comments.

parent ea31c8f6
...@@ -182,7 +182,7 @@ public: ...@@ -182,7 +182,7 @@ public:
/// ///
/// \note This implementation does not support RDATA (or any subfield of /// \note This implementation does not support RDATA (or any subfield of
/// it) whose size exceeds 65535 bytes (max uint16_t value). Such RDATA /// it) whose size exceeds 65535 bytes (max uint16_t value). Such RDATA
/// may not necessarily considered invalid in terms of protocol /// may not necessarily be considered invalid in terms of protocol
/// specification, but in practice it's mostly useless because the /// specification, but in practice it's mostly useless because the
/// corresponding RR won't fit in any valid DNS message. /// corresponding RR won't fit in any valid DNS message.
/// ///
...@@ -272,8 +272,8 @@ private: ...@@ -272,8 +272,8 @@ private:
RdataEncoderImpl* impl_; RdataEncoderImpl* impl_;
}; };
// We use the following quick-hack version of encoder and "foreach" // We use the following quick-hack version of "foreach"
// operator until we implement the complete versions. The plan is to // operators until we implement the complete versions. The plan is to
// update the test cases that use these functions with the complete // update the test cases that use these functions with the complete
// functions/classes, and then remove the entire namespace. // functions/classes, and then remove the entire namespace.
namespace testing { namespace testing {
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...@@ -322,7 +322,7 @@ RdataEncoderTest::addRdataMultiCommon(const vector<ConstRdataPtr>& rrsigs) { ...@@ -322,7 +322,7 @@ RdataEncoderTest::addRdataMultiCommon(const vector<ConstRdataPtr>& rrsigs) {
TEST_F(RdataEncoderTest, encodeLargeRdata) { TEST_F(RdataEncoderTest, encodeLargeRdata) {
// There should be no reason for a large RDATA to fail in encoding, // There should be no reason for a large RDATA to fail in encoding,
// but we check such a case explicitly. // but we check such a case explicitly.
encoded_data_.resize(65535); // max unsigned 16-bit int encoded_data_.resize(65535); // max unsigned 16-bit int
isc::util::InputBuffer buffer(&encoded_data_[0], encoded_data_.size()); isc::util::InputBuffer buffer(&encoded_data_[0], encoded_data_.size());
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