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Old July 31st, 2006   #1
Brian Sidebotham
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Default SC_SUB_MESSAGE values

I have recently discovered that I need to support draft V1 of the protocol in one of our products because there are systems out there with it, and the packet structure is different.

I thought SC_SUB_MESSAGE would be the way of differentiating between different draft standards, however The following values apply:

Draft1 - SC_SUB_MESSAGE = 0x01
Draft2 - SC_SUB_MESSAGE = 0x02
Draft3 - SC_SUB_MESSAGE = 0x01

So draft 1 and 3 have the same sub start code values... is/was this considered a mistake or is this how everyone's RDM packets are being structured?

I don't have the actual release yet, it should be with us today so I can't comment on that yet.
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