gsasl_stringprep_saslprep - API function
char * gsasl_stringprep_saslprep(const char * in, int * stringprep_rc);
const char * in
input ASCII or UTF-8 string with data to prepare according
int * stringprep_rc
pointer to output variable with stringprep error code, or
NULL to indicate that you don’t care about it.
Process a Unicode string for comparison, according to the "SASLprep"
stringprep profile. This function is intended to be used by Simple
Authentication and Security Layer (SASL) mechanisms (such as PLAIN,
CRAM-MD5, and DIGEST-MD5) as well as other protocols exchanging user
names and/or passwords.
Return a newly allocated string that is the "SASLprep" processed form
of the input string, or NULL on error, in which case stringprep_rc
contain the stringprep library error code.
Use gsasl_saslprep() instead.
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