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gnutls_set_default_export_priority(3)	      gnutls	    gnutls_set_default_export_priority(3)

       gnutls_set_default_export_priority - API function

       #include <gnutls/compat.h>

       int gnutls_set_default_export_priority(gnutls_session_t session);

       gnutls_session_t session
		   is a gnutls_session_t structure.

       Sets  some  default  priority  on  the ciphers, key exchange methods, macs and compression
       methods.  This function also includes weak algorithms.

       This is the same as calling:

       gnutls_priority_set_direct (session, "EXPORT", NULL);

       This function is kept around for backwards compatibility, but because of its wide  use  it
       is  still  fully  supported.   If you wish to allow users to provide a string that specify
       which ciphers to use (which is recommended), you should	use  gnutls_priority_set_direct()
       or gnutls_priority_set() instead.

       GNUTLS_E_SUCCESS on success, or an error code.

       Report bugs to <bug-gnutls@gnu.org>.
       General guidelines for reporting bugs: http://www.gnu.org/gethelp/
       GnuTLS home page: http://www.gnu.org/software/gnutls/

       Copyright (C) 2012 Free Software Foundation, Inc..
       Copying	and distribution of this file, with or without modification, are permitted in any
       medium without royalty provided the copyright notice and this notice are preserved.

       The full documentation for gnutls is maintained as a Texinfo  manual.   If  the	info  and
       gnutls programs are properly installed at your site, the command

	      info gnutls

       should  give you access to the complete manual.	As an alternative you may obtain the man-
       ual from:


gnutls					      3.1.15	    gnutls_set_default_export_priority(3)
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