In response to a new contribution in the ILP Core Java library, I’m wondering if anyone has an opinion here.
IL-RFC-15 includes a section about “interactions” which uses a
~ character as a separator.
I’m wondering the following:
Is there anything normative about interactions? Put another way, does
~have any special meaning, or is what’s shown in the RFC just an example of how one might implement something like interactions?
Put another way: could someone represent interactions using
Per the question above, would the following addresses include valid “interactions”?
g.foo.~(ends with a
g.foo~foo~bar(more than 1
Should this be an invalid ILP valid address:
The RFC indicates that the interactions of this address (
2. However, if the
~is meant to indicate an interaction, then shouldn’t the interactions instead be:
If the answer directly above is “no”, then I would assume this would be the preferred way to indicate 3 separate interactions: