#include <openssl/ec.h> EC_GROUP *d2i_ECPKParameters(EC_GROUP **px, const unsigned char **in, long len); int i2d_ECPKParameters(const EC_GROUP *x, unsigned char **out); #define d2i_ECPKParameters_bio(bp,x) ASN1_d2i_bio_of(EC_GROUP,NULL,d2i_ECPKParameters,bp,x) #define i2d_ECPKParameters_bio(bp,x) ASN1_i2d_bio_of_const(EC_GROUP,i2d_ECPKParameters,bp,x) #define d2i_ECPKParameters_fp(fp,x) (EC_GROUP *)ASN1_d2i_fp(NULL, \ (char *(*)())d2i_ECPKParameters,(fp),(unsigned char **)(x)) #define i2d_ECPKParameters_fp(fp,x) ASN1_i2d_fp(i2d_ECPKParameters,(fp), \ (unsigned char *)(x)) int ECPKParameters_print(BIO *bp, const EC_GROUP *x, int off); int ECPKParameters_print_fp(FILE *fp, const EC_GROUP *x, int off);
d2i_ECPKParameters() attempts to decode len bytes at *in. If successful a pointer to the EC_GROUP structure is returned. If an error occurred then NULL is returned. If px is not NULL then the returned structure is written to *px. If *px is not NULL then it is assumed that *px contains a valid EC_GROUP structure and an attempt is made to reuse it. If the call is successful *in is incremented to the byte following the parsed data.
i2d_ECPKParameters() encodes the structure pointed to by x into DER format. If out is not NULL is writes the DER encoded data to the buffer at *out, and increments it to point after the data just written. If the return value is negative an error occurred, otherwise it returns the length of the encoded data.
If *out is NULL memory will be allocated for a buffer and the encoded data written to it. In this case *out is not incremented and it points to the start of the data just written.
d2i_ECPKParameters_bio() is similar to d2i_ECPKParameters() except it attempts to parse data from BIO bp.
d2i_ECPKParameters_fp() is similar to d2i_ECPKParameters() except it attempts to parse data from FILE pointer fp.
i2d_ECPKParameters_bio() is similar to i2d_ECPKParameters() except it writes the encoding of the structure x to BIO bp and it returns 1 for success and 0 for failure.
i2d_ECPKParameters_fp() is similar to i2d_ECPKParameters() except it writes the encoding of the structure x to BIO bp and it returns 1 for success and 0 for failure.
These functions are very similar to the X509 functions described in d2i_X509(3), where further notes and examples are available.
i2d_ECPKParameters() returns the number of bytes successfully encoded or a negative value if an error occurs.