GitHub user mike-jumper opened a pull request:

    GUACAMOLE-482: Allow encoding to proceed despite invalid instructions.

    guacenc should not fail the encoding process in cases where 
`Guacamole.Client` would not drop the connection, such as when a "blob" 
instruction is received for an unsupported stream.
    This difference in behavior is a regression introduced by commit 19b5050, 
and is causing encoding failures if a session recording contains data from an 
audio stream. Session recordings do not currently include the initial "audio" 
instruction beginning such streams, thus any related "blob" instructions always 
appear invalid to guacenc.
    This change logs instruction failures rather than aborting the entire 
encoding process.

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    This closes #165
commit 8d43c4344d8db0e92bd505882756288792248c8e
Author: Michael Jumper <mjumper@...>
Date:   2018-04-12T22:07:45Z

    GUACAMOLE-482: Ignore invalid instructions within guacenc. Log failure at 
debug level.



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