[openssl-users] BIO_printf with ASN1_BIT_STRING and ASN1_INTEGER?

Matthias Ballreich Matthias.Ballreich at outlook.de
Tue Oct 16 14:32:28 UTC 2018


thanks for this - what about the ASN1_BIT_STRING? Is there such a predefined function?
Von: openssl-users <openssl-users-bounces at openssl.org> im Auftrag von Dave Coombs <dcoombs at carillon.ca>
Gesendet: Dienstag, 16. Oktober 2018 15:17 Uhr
An: openssl-users at openssl.org
Betreff: Re: [openssl-users] BIO_printf with ASN1_BIT_STRING and ASN1_INTEGER?


You can use i2a_ASN1_INTEGER() to print an ASN1_INTEGER to a BIO.


On Oct 16, 2018, at 05:37, Opa114 <Opa114 at web.de<mailto:Opa114 at web.de>> wrote:

Hi there,

i have to print out some data, which is an ASN1_BIT_STRING and an ASN1_INTEGER with BIO_printf. For GENERAL_NAME for example there a predefined functions i can use like this: GENERAL_NAME_print(bp, GENERAL_NAME_VAR) <= 0

But for ASN1_INTGER and ASN1_BIT_STRING i haven't found any predefined function like ASN1_INTEGER_PRINT or something similiar i can use. So can someone tell me how i print out these two data types with BIO_printf in the correct and actual way?

thanks a lot.
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