Source: packet/marker.js

// GPG4Browsers - An OpenPGP implementation in javascript
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 * Implementation of the strange "Marker packet" (Tag 10)<br/>
 * <br/>
 * {@link|RFC4880 5.8}: An experimental version of PGP used this packet as the Literal
 * packet, but no released version of PGP generated Literal packets with this
 * tag. With PGP 5.x, this packet has been reassigned and is reserved for use as
 * the Marker packet.<br/>
 * <br/>
 * Such a packet MUST be ignored when received.
 * @requires enums
 * @module packet/marker

'use strict';

import enums from '../enums.js';

 * @constructor
export default function Marker() {
  this.tag = enums.packet.marker;

 * Parsing function for a literal data packet (tag 10).
 * @param {String} input Payload of a tag 10 packet
 * @param {Integer} position
 *            Position to start reading from the input string
 * @param {Integer} len
 *            Length of the packet or the remaining length of
 *            input at position
 * @return {module:packet/marker} Object representation
 */ = function (bytes) {
  if (bytes[0] === 0x50 && // P
      bytes[1] === 0x47 && // G
      bytes[2] === 0x50) { // P
    return true;
  // marker packet does not contain "PGP"
  return false;