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NAME


       ldns_buffer-

SYNOPSIS

       #include <stdint.h>
       #include <stdbool.h>

       #include <ldns/ldns.h>

DESCRIPTION

       ldns_buffer
              implementation of buffers to ease operations

              ldns_buffers can contain arbitrary information, per octet. You can write
              to the current end of a buffer, read from the current position, and
              access any data within it.

              Example use of buffers is in the source code of \ref host2str.c
              struct ldns_struct_buffer
              {
                   The current position used for reading/writing:
                   size_t   _position;

                   The read/write limit:
                   size_t   _limit;

                   The amount of data the buffer can contain:
                   size_t   _capacity;

                   The data contained in the buffer:
                   uint8_t *_data;

                   If the buffer is fixed it cannot be resized:
                   unsigned _fixed : 1;

                   /** The current state of the buffer. If writing to the buffer fails
                    * for any reason, this value is changed. This way, you can perform
                    * multiple writes in sequence and check for success afterwards. */
                   ldns_status _status;
              };
              typedef struct ldns_struct_buffer ldns_buffer;

AUTHOR

       The ldns team at NLnet Labs. Which consists out of Jelte Jansen and Miek Gieben.

REPORTING BUGS

       Please    report    bugs    to    ldns-team@nlnetlabs.nl    or    in   our   bugzilla   at
       http://www.nlnetlabs.nl/bugs/index.html

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright (c) 2004 - 2006 NLnet Labs.

       Licensed under the BSD License. There is NO warranty;  not  even  for  MERCHANTABILITY  or
       FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

SEE ALSO

       ldns_buffer_new,    ldns_buffer_new_frm_data,    ldns_buffer_clear,    ldns_buffer_printf,
       ldns_buffer_free,      ldns_buffer_export,      ldns_buffer_flip,      ldns_buffer_rewind,
       ldns_buffer_position,   ldns_buffer_set_position,   ldns_buffer_skip,   ldns_buffer_limit,
       ldns_buffer_set_limit,           ldns_buffer_capacity,           ldns_buffer_set_capacity,
       ldns_buffer_reserve,       ldns_buffer_at,       ldns_buffer_begin,       ldns_buffer_end,
       ldns_buffer_current,           ldns_buffer_remaining_at,            ldns_buffer_remaining,
       ldns_buffer_available_at,            ldns_buffer_available,            ldns_buffer_status,
       ldns_buffer_status_ok,  ldns_buffer_write_at,   ldns_buffer_write_at,   ldns_buffer_write,
       ldns_buffer_write_string_at,       ldns_buffer_write_string,      ldns_buffer_write_u8_at,
       ldns_buffer_write_u8,           ldns_buffer_write_u16_at,           ldns_buffer_write_u16,
       ldns_buffer_read_at,    ldns_buffer_read,   ldns_buffer_read_u8_at,   ldns_buffer_read_u8,
       ldns_buffer_read_u16_at,          ldns_buffer_read_u16,           ldns_buffer_read_u32_at,
       ldns_buffer_read_u32.   And  perldoc  Net::DNS,  RFC1034,  RFC1035,  RFC4033, RFC4034  and
       RFC4035.

REMARKS

       This manpage was automaticly generated from the ldns source code by  use  of  Doxygen  and
       some perl.

                                           30 May 2006                                    ldns(3)