Diff for /libraries/liblber/lber-int.h between versions 1.68.2.4 and 1.68.2.5

version 1.68.2.4, 2009/01/22 00:00:53 version 1.68.2.5, 2009/08/02 21:06:34
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 /* $OpenLDAP: pkg/ldap/libraries/liblber/lber-int.h,v 1.68.2.3 2008/02/11 23:26:41 kurt Exp $ */  /* $OpenLDAP: pkg/ldap/libraries/liblber/lber-int.h,v 1.68.2.4 2009/01/22 00:00:53 kurt Exp $ */
 /* This work is part of OpenLDAP Software <http://www.openldap.org/>.  /* This work is part of OpenLDAP Software <http://www.openldap.org/>.
  *   *
  * Copyright 1998-2009 The OpenLDAP Foundation.   * Copyright 1998-2009 The OpenLDAP Foundation.
Line 72  LBER_F( int ) ber_pvt_log_output( Line 72  LBER_F( int ) ber_pvt_log_output(
 LBER_V (struct lber_options) ber_int_options;  LBER_V (struct lber_options) ber_int_options;
 #define ber_int_debug ber_int_options.lbo_debug  #define ber_int_debug ber_int_options.lbo_debug
   
   /* Data encoded in ASN.1 BER format */
 struct berelement {  struct berelement {
         struct          lber_options ber_opts;          struct          lber_options ber_opts;
 #define ber_valid               ber_opts.lbo_valid  #define ber_valid               ber_opts.lbo_valid
 #define ber_options             ber_opts.lbo_options  #define ber_options             ber_opts.lbo_options
 #define ber_debug               ber_opts.lbo_debug  #define ber_debug               ber_opts.lbo_debug
   
           /*
            * The members below, when not NULL/LBER_DEFAULT/etc, are:
            *   ber_buf       Data buffer.  Other pointers normally point into it.
            *   ber_rwptr     Read/write cursor for Sockbuf I/O.
            *   ber_memctx    Context passed to ber_memalloc() & co.
            * When decoding data (reading it from the BerElement):
            *   ber_end       End of BER data.
            *   ber_ptr       Read cursor, except for 1st octet of tags.
            *   ber_tag       1st octet of next tag, saved from *ber_ptr when
            *                 ber_ptr may be pointing at a tag and is >ber_buf.
            *                 The octet *ber_ptr itself may get overwritten with
            *                 a \0, to terminate the preceding element.
            * When encoding data (writing it to the BerElement):
            *   ber_end       End of allocated buffer - 1 (allowing a final \0).
            *   ber_ptr       Last complete BER element (normally write cursor).
            *   ber_sos_ptr   NULL or write cursor for incomplete sequence or set.
            *   ber_sos_inner offset(seq/set length octets) if ber_sos_ptr!=NULL.
            *   ber_tag       Default tag for next ber_printf() element.
            *   ber_usertag   True after a ber_printf format char set ber_tag.
            *   ber_len       Reused for ber_sos_inner.
            * When output to a Sockbuf:
            *   ber_ptr       End of encoded data to write.
            * When input from a Sockbuf:
            *   See ber_get_next().
            */
   
         /* Do not change the order of these 3 fields! see ber_get_next */          /* Do not change the order of these 3 fields! see ber_get_next */
         ber_tag_t       ber_tag;          ber_tag_t       ber_tag;
         ber_len_t       ber_len;          ber_len_t       ber_len;
Line 87  struct berelement { Line 114  struct berelement {
         char            *ber_ptr;          char            *ber_ptr;
         char            *ber_end;          char            *ber_end;
   
         struct seqorset *ber_sos;          char            *ber_sos_ptr;
   #       define          ber_sos_inner   ber_len /* reused for binary compat */
   
         char            *ber_rwptr;          char            *ber_rwptr;
         void            *ber_memctx;          void            *ber_memctx;
 };  };
Line 115  struct sockbuf { Line 144  struct sockbuf {
   
 #define SOCKBUF_VALID( sb )     ( (sb)->sb_valid == LBER_VALID_SOCKBUF )  #define SOCKBUF_VALID( sb )     ( (sb)->sb_valid == LBER_VALID_SOCKBUF )
   
 struct seqorset {  
         BerElement      *sos_ber;  
         ber_len_t       sos_clen;  
         ber_tag_t       sos_tag;  
         char            *sos_first;  
         char            *sos_ptr;  
         struct seqorset *sos_next;  
 };  
   
   
 /*  /*
  * decode.c, encode.c   * decode.c, encode.c
Line 165  ber_log_dump LDAP_P(( Line 185  ber_log_dump LDAP_P((
         BerElement *ber,          BerElement *ber,
         int inout ));          int inout ));
   
 LBER_F( int )  
 ber_log_sos_dump LDAP_P((  
         int errlvl,  
         int loglvl,  
         Seqorset *sos ));  
   
 LBER_V (BER_LOG_FN) ber_int_log_proc;  LBER_V (BER_LOG_FN) ber_int_log_proc;
 LBER_V (FILE *) ber_pvt_err_file;  LBER_V (FILE *) ber_pvt_err_file;
   

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