Applications that use Elvin must
structure their communicated messages into lists of names and
Implementors might choose to publish the notification formats used by
their applications to
Implementors might choose to publish the notification formats used by their applications to
Inter-process communication in Elvin uses a modular protocol stack, with each module being identified by a short, unique, textual name. The protocol specifications and their allocated names are published via the protocol registry.
The Elvin client protocol supports an extensible security model, in which the format and use of keys is determined by a scheme identifier within the KeyBlock. Scheme definitions and their allocated identifiers are published via the scheme registry.
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