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net.openssl #

fn new_ssl_conn #

fn new_ssl_conn(config SSLConnectConfig) !&SSLConn

new_ssl_conn instance an new SSLCon struct

struct C.BIO #

struct C.BIO {

struct C.SSL #

struct C.SSL {

struct C.SSL_CTX #

struct C.SSL_CTX {

struct C.SSL_METHOD #

struct C.SSL_METHOD {

struct C.X509 #

struct C.X509 {

struct SSLConn #

struct SSLConn {
	config SSLConnectConfig
pub mut:
	sslctx   &C.SSL_CTX = unsafe { nil }
	ssl      &C.SSL     = unsafe { nil }
	handle   int
	duration time.Duration

	owns_socket bool

SSLConn is the current connection

fn (SSLConn) shutdown #

fn (mut s SSLConn) shutdown() !

shutdown closes the ssl connection and does cleanup

fn (SSLConn) connect #

fn (mut s SSLConn) connect(mut tcp_conn net.TcpConn, hostname string) !

connect to server using OpenSSL

fn (SSLConn) dial #

fn (mut s SSLConn) dial(hostname string, port int) !

dial opens an ssl connection on hostname:port

fn (SSLConn) peer_addr #

fn (s &SSLConn) peer_addr() !net.Addr

peer_addr retrieves the ip address and port number used by the peer

fn (SSLConn) socket_read_into_ptr #

fn (mut s SSLConn) socket_read_into_ptr(buf_ptr &u8, len int) !int

fn (SSLConn) read #

fn (mut s SSLConn) read(mut buffer []u8) !int

fn (SSLConn) write_ptr #

fn (mut s SSLConn) write_ptr(bytes &u8, len int) !int

write_ptr writes len bytes from bytes to the ssl connection

fn (SSLConn) write #

fn (mut s SSLConn) write(bytes []u8) !int

write writes data from bytes to the ssl connection

fn (SSLConn) write_string #

fn (mut s SSLConn) write_string(str string) !int

write_string writes a string to the ssl connection

struct SSLConnectConfig #

struct SSLConnectConfig {
	verify   string // the path to a rootca.pem file, containing trusted CA certificate(s)
	cert     string // the path to a cert.pem file, containing client certificate(s) for the request
	cert_key string // the path to a key.pem file, containing private keys for the client certificate(s)
	validate bool   // set this to true, if you want to stop requests, when their certificates are found to be invalid

	in_memory_verification bool // if true, verify, cert, and cert_key are read from memory, not from a file