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       libssh2_session_supported_algs - get list of supported algorithms


       #include <libssh2.h>

       int libssh2_session_supported_algs(LIBSSH2_SESSION* session,
                                          int method_type,
                                          const char*** algs);


       session - An instance of initialized LIBSSH2_SESSION (the function will use its pointer to
       the   memory   allocation   function).    method_type   -    Method    type.    See    .BR
       libssh2_session_method_pref(3).   algs  - Address of a pointer that will point to an array
       of returned algorithms

       Get a list of supported algorithms for the given method_type. The method_type parameter is
       equivalent  to  method_type in libssh2_session_method_pref(3). If successful, the function
       will allocate the appropriate amount of memory.  When  not  needed  anymore,  it  must  be
       deallocated  by calling libssh2_free(3). When this function is unsuccessful, this must not
       be done.

       In   order   to   get    a    list    of    all    supported    compression    algorithms,
       libssh2_session_flag(session, LIBSSH2_FLAG_COMPRESS, 1) must be called before calling this
       function, otherwise only "none" will be returned.

       If successful, the function will allocate and fill the  array  with  supported  algorithms
       (the same names as defined in RFC 4253).  The array is not NULL terminated.


       #include "libssh2.h"

       const char **algorithms;
       int rc, i;
       LIBSSH2_SESSION *session;

       /* initialize session */
       session = libssh2_session_init();
       rc = libssh2_session_supported_algs(session,
       if (rc>0) {
           /* the call succeeded, do sth. with the list of algorithms
              (e.g. list them)... */
           printf("Supported symmetric algorithms:0);
           for ( i=0; i<rc; i++ )
               printf("%s0, algorithms[i]);

           /* ... and free the allocated memory when not needed anymore */
           libssh2_free(session, algorithms);
       else {
           /* call failed, error handling */


       On  success, a number of returned algorithms (i.e a positive number will be returned).  In
       case of a failure, an error code (a negative number, see below)  is  returned.   0  should
       never be returned.


       LIBSSH2_ERROR_BAD_USE - Invalid address of algs.

       LIBSSH2_ERROR_METHOD_NOT_SUPPORTED -  Unknown method type.

       LIBSSH2_ERROR_INVAL - Internal error (normally should not occur).

       LIBSSH2_ERROR_ALLOC - Allocation of memory failed.


       Added in 1.4.0


       libssh2_session_methods(3), libssh2_session_method_pref(3) libssh2_free(3)