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  36. /*
  37. * seccomon.h - common data structures for security libraries
  38. *
  39. * This file should have lowest-common-denominator datastructures
  40. * for security libraries. It should not be dependent on any other
  41. * headers, and should not require linking with any libraries.
  42. *
  43. * $Id: seccomon.h,v 1.7 2007/10/12 01:44:51 julien.pierre.boogz%sun.com Exp $
  44. */
  45. #ifndef _SECCOMMON_H_
  46. #define _SECCOMMON_H_
  47. #include "utilrename.h"
  48. #include "prtypes.h"
  49. #ifdef __cplusplus
  50. # define SEC_BEGIN_PROTOS extern "C" {
  51. # define SEC_END_PROTOS }
  52. #else
  53. # define SEC_BEGIN_PROTOS
  54. # define SEC_END_PROTOS
  55. #endif
  56. #include "secport.h"
  57. typedef enum {
  58. siBuffer = 0,
  59. siClearDataBuffer = 1,
  60. siCipherDataBuffer = 2,
  61. siDERCertBuffer = 3,
  62. siEncodedCertBuffer = 4,
  63. siDERNameBuffer = 5,
  64. siEncodedNameBuffer = 6,
  65. siAsciiNameString = 7,
  66. siAsciiString = 8,
  67. siDEROID = 9,
  68. siUnsignedInteger = 10,
  69. siUTCTime = 11,
  70. siGeneralizedTime = 12,
  71. siVisibleString = 13,
  72. siUTF8String = 14,
  73. siBMPString = 15
  74. } SECItemType;
  75. typedef struct SECItemStr SECItem;
  76. struct SECItemStr {
  77. SECItemType type;
  78. unsigned char *data;
  79. unsigned int len;
  80. };
  81. /*
  82. ** A status code. Status's are used by procedures that return status
  83. ** values. Again the motivation is so that a compiler can generate
  84. ** warnings when return values are wrong. Correct testing of status codes:
  85. **
  86. ** SECStatus rv;
  87. ** rv = some_function (some_argument);
  88. ** if (rv != SECSuccess)
  89. ** do_an_error_thing();
  90. **
  91. */
  92. typedef enum _SECStatus {
  93. SECWouldBlock = -2,
  94. SECFailure = -1,
  95. SECSuccess = 0
  96. } SECStatus;
  97. /*
  98. ** A comparison code. Used for procedures that return comparision
  99. ** values. Again the motivation is so that a compiler can generate
  100. ** warnings when return values are wrong.
  101. */
  102. typedef enum _SECComparison {
  103. SECLessThan = -1,
  104. SECEqual = 0,
  105. SECGreaterThan = 1
  106. } SECComparison;
  107. #endif /* _SECCOMMON_H_ */