fido_cbor_info_aaguid_ptr

FIDO_CBOR_INFO_NEW(3) Library Functions Manual FIDO_CBOR_INFO_NEW(3)

fido_cbor_info_new, fido_cbor_info_free, fido_dev_get_cbor_info, fido_cbor_info_aaguid_ptr, fido_cbor_info_extensions_ptr, fido_cbor_info_protocols_ptr, fido_cbor_info_versions_ptr, fido_cbor_info_options_name_ptr, fido_cbor_info_options_value_ptr, fido_cbor_info_aaguid_len, fido_cbor_info_extensions_len, fido_cbor_info_protocols_len, fido_cbor_info_versions_len, fido_cbor_info_options_len, fido_cbor_info_maxmsgsiz, fido_cbor_info_maxcredcntlst, fido_cbor_info_maxcredidlen, fido_cbor_info_fwversion
FIDO 2 CBOR Info API

#include <fido.h>
fido_cbor_info_t *
fido_cbor_info_new(void);
void
fido_cbor_info_free(fido_cbor_info_t **ci_p);
int
fido_dev_get_cbor_info(fido_dev_t *dev, fido_cbor_info_t *ci);
const unsigned char *
fido_cbor_info_aaguid_ptr(const fido_cbor_info_t *ci);
char **
fido_cbor_info_extensions_ptr(const fido_cbor_info_t *ci);
const uint8_t *
fido_cbor_info_protocols_ptr(const fido_cbor_info_t *ci);
char **
fido_cbor_info_versions_ptr(const fido_cbor_info_t *ci);
char **
fido_cbor_info_options_name_ptr(const fido_cbor_info_t *ci);
const bool *
fido_cbor_info_options_value_ptr(const fido_cbor_info_t *ci);
size_t
fido_cbor_info_aaguid_len(const fido_cbor_info_t *ci);
size_t
fido_cbor_info_extensions_len(const fido_cbor_info_t *ci);
size_t
fido_cbor_info_protocols_len(const fido_cbor_info_t *ci);
size_t
fido_cbor_info_versions_len(const fido_cbor_info_t *ci);
size_t
fido_cbor_info_options_len(const fido_cbor_info_t *ci);
uint64_t
fido_cbor_info_maxmsgsiz(const fido_cbor_info_t *ci);
uint64_t
fido_cbor_info_maxcredcntlst(const fido_cbor_info_t *ci);
uint64_t
fido_cbor_info_maxcredidlen(const fido_cbor_info_t *ci);
uint64_t
fido_cbor_info_fwversion(const fido_cbor_info_t *ci);

The fido_cbor_info_new() function returns a pointer to a newly allocated, empty fido_cbor_info_t type. If memory cannot be allocated, NULL is returned.
The fido_cbor_info_free() function releases the memory backing *ci_p, where *ci_p must have been previously allocated by fido_cbor_info_new(). On return, *ci_p is set to NULL. Either ci_p or *ci_p may be NULL, in which case fido_cbor_info_free() is a NOP.
The fido_dev_get_cbor_info() function transmits a CTAP_CBOR_GETINFO command to dev and fills ci with attributes retrieved from the command's response. The fido_dev_get_cbor_info() function may block.
The fido_cbor_info_aaguid_ptr(), fido_cbor_info_extensions_ptr(), fido_cbor_info_protocols_ptr(), and fido_cbor_info_versions_ptr() functions return pointers to the authenticator attestation GUID, supported extensions, PIN protocol and CTAP version strings of ci. The corresponding length of a given attribute can be obtained by fido_cbor_info_aaguid_len(), fido_cbor_info_extensions_len(), fido_cbor_info_protocols_len(), or fido_cbor_info_versions_len().
The fido_cbor_info_options_name_ptr() and fido_cbor_info_options_value_ptr() functions return pointers to the array of option names and their respective values in ci. The length of the options array is returned by fido_cbor_info_options_len().
The fido_cbor_info_maxmsgsiz() function returns the maximum message size attribute of ci.
The fido_cbor_info_maxcredcntlst() function returns the maximum supported number of credentials in a single credential ID list as reported in ci.
The fido_cbor_info_maxcredidlen() function returns the maximum supported length of a credential ID as reported in ci.
The fido_cbor_info_fwversion() function returns the firmware version attribute of ci.
A complete example of how to use these functions can be found in the example/info.c file shipped with libfido2.

The fido_cbor_info_aaguid_ptr(), fido_cbor_info_extensions_ptr(), fido_cbor_info_protocols_ptr(), fido_cbor_info_versions_ptr(), fido_cbor_info_options_name_ptr(), and fido_cbor_info_options_value_ptr() functions return NULL if the respective field in ci is absent. If not NULL, returned pointers are guaranteed to exist until any API function that takes ci without the const qualifier is invoked.

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