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NAME

hx509 printing functions -

Functions


   void hx509_print_stdout (void *ctx, const char *fmt, va_list va)
   
int hx509_oid_sprint (const heim_oid *oid, char **str)
   
void hx509_oid_print (const heim_oid *oid, hx509_vprint_func func, void *ctx)
   
void hx509_bitstring_print (const heim_bit_string *b, hx509_vprint_func func, void *ctx)
   
int hx509_cert_keyusage_print (hx509_context context, hx509_cert c, char **s)
   
int hx509_validate_ctx_init (hx509_context context, hx509_validate_ctx *ctx)
   
void hx509_validate_ctx_set_print (hx509_validate_ctx ctx, hx509_vprint_func func, void *c)
   
void hx509_validate_ctx_add_flags (hx509_validate_ctx ctx, int flags)
   
void hx509_validate_ctx_free (hx509_validate_ctx ctx)
   
int hx509_validate_cert (hx509_context context, hx509_validate_ctx ctx, hx509_cert cert)

CONTENTS

Detailed Description

Function Documentation

void hx509_bitstring_print (const heim_bit_string * b, hx509_vprint_func func, void * ctx)

Print a bitstring using a hx509_vprint_func function. To print to stdout use hx509_print_stdout().

Parameters:

b bit string to print.
func hx509_vprint_func to print with.
ctx context variable to hx509_vprint_func function.

int hx509_cert_keyusage_print (hx509_context context, hx509_cert c, char ** s)

Print certificate usage for a certificate to a string.

Parameters:

context A hx509 context.
c a certificate print the keyusage for.
s the return string with the keysage printed in to, free with hx509_xfree().

Returns:

An hx509 error code, see hx509_get_error_string().

void hx509_oid_print (const heim_oid * oid, hx509_vprint_func func, void * ctx)

Print a oid using a hx509_vprint_func function. To print to stdout use hx509_print_stdout().

Parameters:

oid oid to print
func hx509_vprint_func to print with.
ctx context variable to hx509_vprint_func function.

int hx509_oid_sprint (const heim_oid * oid, char ** str)

Print a oid to a string.

Parameters:

oid oid to print
str allocated string, free with hx509_xfree().

Returns:

An hx509 error code, see hx509_get_error_string().

void hx509_print_stdout (void * ctx, const char * fmt, va_list va)

Helper function to print on stdout for:
» hx509_oid_print(),
» hx509_bitstring_print(),
» hx509_validate_ctx_set_print().

Parameters:

ctx the context to the print function. If the ctx is NULL, stdout is used.
fmt the printing format.
va the argumet list.

int hx509_validate_cert (hx509_context context, hx509_validate_ctx ctx, hx509_cert cert)

Validate/Print the status of the certificate.

Parameters:

context A hx509 context.
ctx A hx509 validation context.
cert the cerificate to validate/print.

Returns:

An hx509 error code, see hx509_get_error_string().

void hx509_validate_ctx_add_flags (hx509_validate_ctx ctx, int flags)

Add flags to control the behaivor of the hx509_validate_cert() function.

Parameters:

ctx A hx509 validation context.
flags flags to add to the validation context.

Returns:

An hx509 error code, see hx509_get_error_string().

void hx509_validate_ctx_free (hx509_validate_ctx ctx)

Free an hx509 validate context.

Parameters:

ctx the hx509 validate context to free.

int hx509_validate_ctx_init (hx509_context context, hx509_validate_ctx * ctx)

Allocate a hx509 validation/printing context.

Parameters:

context A hx509 context.
ctx a new allocated hx509 validation context, free with hx509_validate_ctx_free().

Returns:

An hx509 error code, see hx509_get_error_string().

void hx509_validate_ctx_set_print (hx509_validate_ctx ctx, hx509_vprint_func func, void * c)

Set the printing functions for the validation context.

Parameters:

ctx a hx509 valication context.
func the printing function to usea.
c the context variable to the printing function.

Returns:

An hx509 error code, see hx509_get_error_string().


11 Jan 2012 hx509 printing functions (3) Version 1.5.2

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