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Contributed to apple/servicetalk, netty/netty, protocolbuffers/protobuf and 10 other repositories

Contribution activity

September 2022

Created 6 commits in 1 repository

Created a pull request in apple/servicetalk that received 51 comments

HTTP/2 set initial settings

Motivaiton: There is no way to define initial values for http/2 settings. Modifications: Enhance H2ProtocolConfigBuilder to accept Map<Character, …

+580 −34 51 comments

Created an issue in apple/servicetalk that received 1 comment

PublisherProtobufResourcesTest PublisherProtobufResourcesTest.[4] BLOCKING_STREAMING org.opentest4j.AssertionFailedError: Une…

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