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@Anders %UIOGICrLByQUEHtHL0SArWL2efRCmMWQ8phtWPPP8BI=.sha256

is this where the current offset is detected at startup (so we don’t start at 0 again)?


is the encoding handled by bipf.encode() instead?

Exactly, we do it like this because we want to selectively decode parts of the message in different places instead of everything. This is one of the reason why the performance is a lot better than ssb-db.

@Anders %40crseuktsUJnv4e+n8zbgB7AQajrrbmpqykJwY6J5Y=.sha256

ugh, this forking in patchwork is a bit counter intuitive. Anyway @punkmonk

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