Is it more complex? The current implementation using template matching
seems more complex than `if script.vch[0] == OP_RETURN &&
script.vch.size() < 42`

On 05/03/2014 12:08 PM, Gregory Maxwell wrote:
> On Sat, May 3, 2014 at 11:55 AM, Mark Friedenbach <> wrote:
>> I don't think such a pull request would be accepted. The point was to
>> minimize impact to the block chain. Each extras txout adds 9 bytes
>> minimum, with zero benefit over serializing the data together in a
>> single OP_RETURN.
> In this case it's not a question extra txouts, its a question of
> additional pushes. Assuming you didn't get the push overhead for free,
> the only issue I see with that off the cuff is extra complexity in the
> IsStandard rule... but really, why?  Your application already needs to
> define the meaning of the data— what point is there in making your
> hash commitment less uniform with the rest of the network?

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