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This crate provides the implementation of JSON-RPC over QUIC, which is required by the Authenticator daemon communication protocol.

This crate exposes a minimised set of functions which are used by other crates to implement the Authenticator daemon communication protocol. On one hand the sn_api makes use of it to be able to send JSON-RPC messages to the authd over QUIC, and on the other hand the sn_authd makes use of it to accept those requests from clients, generating and sending back a JSON-RPC response over QUIC. Please refer to the sn_authd README to see some examples of these types of requests/responses.

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