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Re: Updating syslog(3), syslogd(8) to support RFC-5424

>>> Personally, I think message bodies should be encoding-agnostic
>>> octet strings, [...]
>> [...] control characters and escape sequences [...]
> And what do you do about NUL?  If we're talking about real (not
> Modified) UTF-8, now we're going to have 0x0 in the syslog output,

What's "real" UTF-8?  If you're talking about RFC3629 UTF-8 (and I
can't see any reason to use any other), a 0x00 octet appears in the
UTF-8 encoding when, and only when, a U+0000 character appears in the
character string being encoded.

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