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ldns_dnssec_name_set_nsec(3) [centos man page]

ldns(3) 						     Library Functions Manual							   ldns(3)

NAME
ldns_dnssec_name_new, ldns_dnssec_name_new_frm_rr, ldns_dnssec_name_free, ldns_dnssec_name_name, ldns_dnssec_name_set_name, ldns_dnssec_name_set_nsec, ldns_dnssec_name_cmp, ldns_dnssec_name_add_rr, ldns_dnssec_name_find_rrset, ldns_dnssec_name_print SYNOPSIS
#include <stdint.h> #include <stdbool.h> #include <ldns/ldns.h> ldns_dnssec_name* ldns_dnssec_name_new(); ldns_dnssec_name* ldns_dnssec_name_new_frm_rr(ldns_rr *rr); void ldns_dnssec_name_free(ldns_dnssec_name *name); ldns_rdf* ldns_dnssec_name_name(ldns_dnssec_name *name); void ldns_dnssec_name_set_name(ldns_dnssec_name *name, ldns_rdf *dname); void ldns_dnssec_name_set_nsec(ldns_dnssec_name *name, ldns_rr *nsec); int ldns_dnssec_name_cmp(const void *a, const void *b); ldns_status ldns_dnssec_name_add_rr(ldns_dnssec_name *name, ldns_rr *rr); ldns_dnssec_rrsets* ldns_dnssec_name_find_rrset(ldns_dnssec_name *name, ldns_rr_type type); void ldns_dnssec_name_print(FILE *out, ldns_dnssec_name *name); DESCRIPTION
ldns_dnssec_name_new() Create a new data structure for a dnssec name Returns the allocated structure ldns_dnssec_name_new_frm_rr() Create a new data structure for a dnssec name for the given RR rr: the RR to derive properties from, and to add to the name ldns_dnssec_name_free() Frees the name structure and its rrs and rrsets. Individual ldns_rr records therein are not freed name: the structure to free ldns_dnssec_name_name() Returns the domain name of the given dnssec_name structure name: the dnssec name to get the domain name from Returns the domain name ldns_dnssec_name_set_name() Sets the domain name of the given dnssec_name structure name: the dnssec name to set the domain name of dname: the domain name to set it to. This data is *not* copied. ldns_dnssec_name_set_nsec() Sets the NSEC(3) RR of the given dnssec_name structure name: the dnssec name to set the domain name of nsec: the nsec rr to set it to. This data is *not* copied. ldns_dnssec_name_cmp() Compares the domain names of the two arguments in their canonical ordening. a: The first dnssec_name to compare b: The second dnssec_name to compare Returns -1 if the domain name of a comes before that of b in canonical ordening, 1 if it is the other way around, and 0 if they are equal ldns_dnssec_name_add_rr() Inserts the given rr at the right place in the current dnssec_name No checking is done whether the name matches name: The ldns_dnssec_name to add the RR to rr: The RR to add Returns LDNS_STATUS_OK on success, error code otherwise ldns_dnssec_name_find_rrset() Find the RRset with the given type in within this name structure name: the name to find the RRset in type: the type of the RRset to find Returns the RRset, or NULL if not present ldns_dnssec_name_print() Prints the RRs in the dnssec name structure to the given file descriptor out: the file descriptor to print to name: the name structure to print the contents of 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_dnssec_zone. 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)
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