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// Copyright 2016 The Chromium Authors
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
#include <openssl/base.h>
namespace bssl {
// Each "class" of certificate error/warning has its own unique ID. This is
// essentially like an error code, however the value is not stable. Under the
// hood these IDs are pointers and use the process's address space to ensure
// uniqueness.
// Equality of CertErrorId can be done using the == operator.
// To define new error IDs use the macro DEFINE_CERT_ERROR_ID().
using CertErrorId = const void *;
// DEFINE_CERT_ERROR_ID() creates a CertErrorId given a non-null C-string
// literal. The string should be a textual name for the error which will appear
// when pretty-printing errors for debugging. It should be ASCII.
// TODO( Implement this -- add magic to ensure that storage
// of identical strings isn't pool.
#define DEFINE_CERT_ERROR_ID(name, c_str_literal) \
const CertErrorId name = c_str_literal
// Returns a debug string for a CertErrorId. In practice this returns the
// string literal given to DEFINE_CERT_ERROR_ID(), which is human-readable.
OPENSSL_EXPORT const char *CertErrorIdToDebugString(CertErrorId id);
} // namespace bssl