ne_ssl_readable_dname man page

ne_ssl_readable_dname, ne_ssl_dname_cmp — SSL distinguished name handling

Synopsis

#include <ne_ssl.h>

const char *ne_ssl_readable_dname(const ne_ssl_dname *dname);

int ne_ssl_dname_cmp(const ne_ssl_dname *dn1, const ne_ssl_dname *dn2);

Description

The ne_ssl_readable_dname function creates a single-line, human-readable string out of an ne_ssl_dname object. The returned string is malloc()-allocated, and must be free()d by the caller.

The ne_ssl_dname_cmp function compares two distinguished names, and returns zero if they are equal, or non-zero otherwise.

Return Value

ne_ssl_readable_dname returns a malloc-allocated string, and never NULL.

Examples

See ne_ssl_cert_subject for an example use of ne_ssl_readable_dname.

See Also

ne_ssl_cert_subject

Author

Joe Orton <neon@lists.manyfish.co.uk>

Author.

Referenced By

ne_ssl_dname_cmp(3) is an alias of ne_ssl_readable_dname(3).

30 September 2016 neon 0.30.2 neon API reference