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Re: ber_ptrlen() should return ber_len_t
> In fact, it makes no sense that ber_ptr < ber_buf; if it happens, the
> BerElement is corrupted, and an assertion failure may be more appropriate.
> Right now, no test is done, and the (trivial) function could be replaced
> with a macro... Since this is part of the private API, its change should
> be harmless. Also, it should be renamed ber_int_ptrlen().
The macro exists: ber_pvt_ber_write() in libraries/liblber/lber-int.h.
I'll be introducing a new function
ber_tag_t ber_skip_element(BerElement *ber, struct berval *contents);
or something like that, you might find that useful instead. Will
point *contents into the BerElement, with no alloc or \0-termination.