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       libssh2_trace_sethandler - set a trace output handler


       #include <libssh2.h>

       typedef void (*libssh2_trace_handler_func)(LIBSSH2_SESSION *session,
                                                  void* context,
                                                  const char *data,
                                                  size_t length);

       int libssh2_trace_sethandler(LIBSSH2_SESSION *session,
                                    void* context,
                                    libssh2_trace_handler_func callback);


       libssh2_trace_sethandler  installs  a  trace  output  handler  for  your  application.  By
       default, when tracing has been switched on via a call to libssh2_trace(),  all  output  is
       written to stderr.  By calling this method and passing a function pointer that matches the
       libssh2_trace_handler_func prototype, libssh2 will call back as it generates trace output.
       This  can  be  used  to  capture the trace output and put it into a log file or diagnostic
       window.  This function has no effect unless libssh2 was built to support this option,  and
       a typical "release build" might not.

       context  can  be  used  to  pass  arbitrary  user defined data back into the callback when


       Added in libssh2 version 1.2.3