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NAME

       munge_enum_is_valid,   munge_enum_int_to_str,  munge_enum_str_to_int  -
       MUNGE enumeration functions

SYNOPSIS

       #include <munge.h>

       int munge_enum_is_valid (munge_enum_t type, int val);

       const char * munge_enum_int_to_str (munge_enum_t type, int val);

       int munge_enum_str_to_int (munge_enum_t type, const char *str);

       cc ... -lmunge

DESCRIPTION

       The munge_enum_is_valid() function checks if the given value val  is  a
       valid  MUNGE  enumeration  of  the  specified type type in the software
       configuration as currently compiled.  Some enumerations  correspond  to
       options that can only be enabled at compile-time.

       The munge_enum_int_to_str() function converts the MUNGE enumeration val
       of the specified type type into a text string.

       The munge_enum_str_to_int() function converts the NUL-terminated  case-
       insensitive  string str into the corresponding MUNGE enumeration of the
       specified type type.

RETURN VALUE

       The munge_enum_is_valid() function returns non-zero if the given  value
       val is a valid enumeration.

       The  munge_enum_int_to_str() function returns a NUL-terminated constant
       text string, or NULL on error; this  string  should  not  be  freed  or
       modified by the caller.

       The  munge_enum_str_to_int()  function  returns  a MUNGE enumeration on
       success (i.e., >= 0), or -1 on error.

ENUM TYPES

       The following enumeration types can be specified.

       MUNGE_ENUM_CIPHER
              Specify enumerations for the available cipher types.

       MUNGE_ENUM_MAC
              Specify enumerations for the available MAC types.

       MUNGE_ENUM_ZIP
              Specify enumerations for the available compression types.

ERRORS

       Refer to munge(3) for a complete list of errors.

EXAMPLE

       The following example program  illustrates  how  a  list  of  available
       cipher types can be queried.

       #include <stdio.h>                      /* for printf() */
       #include <stdlib.h>                     /* for exit() */
       #include <munge.h>

       int
       main (int argc, char *argv[])
       {
           int           i;
           const char   *p;
           munge_enum_t  t = MUNGE_ENUM_CIPHER;

           for (i = 0; (p = munge_enum_int_to_str (t, i)) != NULL; i++) {
               if (munge_enum_is_valid (t, i)) {
                   printf ("%2d = %s\n", i, p);
               }
           }
           exit (0);
       }

AUTHOR

       Chris Dunlap <cdunlap@llnl.gov>

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright (C) 2007-2011 Lawrence Livermore National Security, LLC.
       Copyright (C) 2002-2007 The Regents of the University of California.

       MUNGE  is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
       the terms of the GNU General Public License as published  by  the  Free
       Software  Foundation,  either  version  3  of  the License, or (at your
       option) any later version.

       Additionally for the MUNGE library (libmunge), you can redistribute  it
       and/or  modify  it  under  the  terms  of the GNU Lesser General Public
       License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version  3
       of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

SEE ALSO

       munge(1),  remunge(1),  unmunge(1),  munge(3),  munge_ctx(3), munge(7),
       munged(8).

       http://munge.googlecode.com/