ldns_buffer_new_frm_data (3) - Linux Man Pages
NAMEldns_buffer_new, ldns_buffer_new_frm_data, ldns_buffer_clear, ldns_buffer_printf, ldns_buffer_free, ldns_buffer_export
ldns_buffer* ldns_buffer_new(size_t capacity);
void ldns_buffer_new_frm_data(ldns_buffer *buffer, void *data, size_t size);
void ldns_buffer_clear(ldns_buffer *buffer);
int ldns_buffer_printf(ldns_buffer *buffer, const char *format, ...);
void ldns_buffer_free(ldns_buffer *buffer);
void* ldns_buffer_export(ldns_buffer *buffer);
- creates a new buffer with the specified capacity.
.br capacity: the size (in bytes) to allocate for the buffer .br Returns the created buffer
- creates a buffer with the specified data. The data IS copied
and MEMORY allocations are done. The buffer is not fixed and can
be resized using buffer_reserve().
.br buffer: pointer to the buffer to put the data in .br data: the data to encapsulate in the buffer .br size: the size of the data
- clears the buffer and make it ready for writing. The buffer's limit is set to the capacity and the position is set to 0. .br buffer: the buffer to clear
- prints to the buffer, increasing the capacity if required using buffer_reserve(). The buffer's position is set to the terminating '\\0' Returns the number of characters written (not including the terminating '\\0') or -1 on failure.
- frees the buffer. .br *buffer: the buffer to be freed .br Returns void
- Makes the buffer fixed and returns a pointer to the data. The caller is responsible for free'ing the result. .br *buffer: the buffer to be exported .br Returns void
AUTHORThe ldns team at NLnet Labs. Which consists out of Jelte Jansen and Miek Gieben.
REPORTING BUGSPlease report bugs to ldns-team [at] nlnetlabs.nl or in our bugzilla at http://www.nlnetlabs.nl/bugs/index.html
COPYRIGHTCopyright (c) 2004 - 2006 NLnet Labs.
Licensed under the BSD License. There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
REMARKSThis manpage was automaticly generated from the ldns source code by use of Doxygen and some perl.