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TpTLSCertificate

TpTLSCertificate — proxy object for a server or peer's TLS certificate

Object Hierarchy

  GObject
   +----TpProxy
         +----TpTLSCertificate

Properties

  "cert-data"                GPtrArray*            : Read
  "cert-type"                gchar*                : Read
  "parent"                   TpProxy*              : Read / Write / Construct Only
  "state"                    guint                 : Read

Description

TpTLSCertificate is a TpProxy subclass for TLSCertificate objects, used in Channel.Type.ServerTLSConnection.

Details

TpTLSCertificate

typedef struct _TpTLSCertificate TpTLSCertificate;

A TpProxy subclass representing a server or peer's TLS certificate being presented for acceptance/rejection.

Since 0.19.0


tp_tls_certificate_init_known_interfaces ()

void                tp_tls_certificate_init_known_interfaces
                                                        (void);

Ensure that the known interfaces for TpTLSCertificate have been set up. This is done automatically when necessary, but for correct overriding of library interfaces by local extensions, you should call this function before calling tp_proxy_or_subclass_hook_on_interface_add() with first argument TP_TYPE_TLS_CERTIFICATE.

Since 0.19.0


tp_tls_certificate_new ()

TpTLSCertificate *  tp_tls_certificate_new              (TpProxy *conn_or_chan,
                                                         const gchar *object_path,
                                                         GError **error);

conn_or_chan :

a TpConnection or TpChannel parent for this object, whose invalidation will also result in invalidation of the returned object

object_path :

the object path of this TLS certificate

error :

a GError used to return an error if NULL is returned, or NULL

Returns :

a new TLS certificate proxy. Prepare the feature TP_TLS_CERTIFICATE_FEATURE_CORE to make it useful. [transfer full]

Since 0.19.0


TP_TLS_CERTIFICATE_FEATURE_CORE

#define             TP_TLS_CERTIFICATE_FEATURE_CORE

Expands to a call to a function that returns a quark representing the core functionality of a TpTLSCertificate.

When this feature is prepared, the basic properties of the object have been retrieved and are available for use:

In addition, ":state" will be emitted if the state changes.

One can ask for a feature to be prepared using the tp_proxy_prepare_async() function, and waiting for it to callback.

Since 0.19.0


tp_tls_certificate_get_rejection ()

TpTLSCertificateRejection * tp_tls_certificate_get_rejection
                                                        (TpTLSCertificate *self);

If this certificate has been rejected, return a TpTLSCertificateRejection indicating the first rejection reason (by convention, the most important).

If you want to list all the things that are wrong with the certificate (for instance, it might be self-signed and also have expired) you can call tp_tls_certificate_get_nth_rejection(), increasing n until it returns NULL.

self :

a TLS certificate

Returns :

a TpTLSCertificateRejection, or NULL. [transfer none][allow-none]

Since 0.19.0


tp_tls_certificate_get_nth_rejection ()

TpTLSCertificateRejection * tp_tls_certificate_get_nth_rejection
                                                        (TpTLSCertificate *self,
                                                         guint n);

If this certificate has been rejected and n is less than the number of rejection reasons, return a TpTLSCertificateRejection representing the nth rejection reason (starting from 0).

With n == 0 this is equivalent to tp_tls_certificate_get_rejection().

self :

a TLS certificate

n :

the rejection reason to return; if 0, return the same thing as tp_tls_certificate_get_detailed_rejection()

Returns :

a TpTLSCertificateRejection, or NULL. [transfer none][allow-none]

Since 0.19.0


tp_tls_certificate_accept_async ()

void                tp_tls_certificate_accept_async     (TpTLSCertificate *self,
                                                         GAsyncReadyCallback callback,
                                                         gpointer user_data);

Accept this certificate, asynchronously. In or after callback, you may call tp_tls_certificate_accept_finish() to check the result.

":state" will also be emitted when the connection manager signals that the certificate has been accepted.

self :

a TLS certificate

callback :

called on success or failure

user_data :

user data for the callback

Since 0.19.0


tp_tls_certificate_accept_finish ()

gboolean            tp_tls_certificate_accept_finish    (TpTLSCertificate *self,
                                                         GAsyncResult *result,
                                                         GError **error);

Check the result of tp_tls_certificate_accept_async().

self :

a TLS certificate

result :

the result passed to the callback by tp_tls_certificate_accept_async()

error :

used to raise an error if FALSE is returned

Returns :

TRUE if acceptance was successful

Since 0.19.0


tp_tls_certificate_add_rejection ()

void                tp_tls_certificate_add_rejection    (TpTLSCertificate *self,
                                                         TpTLSCertificateRejectReason reason,
                                                         const gchar *dbus_error,
                                                         GVariant *details);

Add a pending reason for rejection. The first call to this method is considered "most important". After calling this method as many times as are required, call tp_tls_certificate_reject_async() to reject the certificate.

If details is a floating reference (see g_variant_ref_sink()), ownership of details is taken by this function. This means you can pass the result of g_variant_new() or g_variant_new_parsed() directly to this function without additional reference-count management.

self :

a TLS certificate

reason :

the reason for rejection

dbus_error :

a D-Bus error name such as TP_ERROR_STR_CERT_REVOKED, or NULL to derive one from reason

details :

a variant of type G_VARIANT_TYPE_VARDICT containing the details of the rejection, or NULL. [transfer none][allow-none]

Since 0.19.0


tp_tls_certificate_reject_async ()

void                tp_tls_certificate_reject_async     (TpTLSCertificate *self,
                                                         GAsyncReadyCallback callback,
                                                         gpointer user_data);

Reject this certificate, asynchronously.

Before calling this method, you must call tp_tls_certificate_add_rejection() at least once, to set the reason(s) for rejection (for instance, a certificate might be both self-signed and expired).

In or after callback, you may call tp_tls_certificate_reject_finish() to check the result.

":state" will also be emitted when the connection manager signals that the certificate has been rejected.

self :

a TLS certificate

callback :

called on success or failure

user_data :

user data for the callback

Since 0.19.0


tp_tls_certificate_reject_finish ()

gboolean            tp_tls_certificate_reject_finish    (TpTLSCertificate *self,
                                                         GAsyncResult *result,
                                                         GError **error);

Check the result of tp_tls_certificate_reject_async().

self :

a TLS certificate

result :

the result passed to the callback by tp_tls_certificate_reject_async()

error :

used to raise an error if FALSE is returned

Returns :

TRUE if rejection was successful

Since 0.19.0


tp_tls_certificate_get_cert_type ()

const gchar *       tp_tls_certificate_get_cert_type    (TpTLSCertificate *self);

Return the "cert-type" property

self :

a TpTLSCertificate

Returns :

the value of "cert-type" property

Since 0.19.0


tp_tls_certificate_get_cert_data ()

GPtrArray *         tp_tls_certificate_get_cert_data    (TpTLSCertificate *self);

Return the "cert-data" property

self :

a TpTLSCertificate

Returns :

the value of "cert-data" property. [transfer none][type GLib.PtrArray][element-type GLib.Bytes]

Since 0.19.0


tp_tls_certificate_get_state ()

TpTLSCertificateState tp_tls_certificate_get_state      (TpTLSCertificate *self);

Return the "state" property

self :

a TpTLSCertificate

Returns :

the value of "state" property

Since 0.19.0

Property Details

The "cert-data" property

  "cert-data"                GPtrArray*            : Read

The raw data of the certificate or certificate chain, represented as a GPtrArray of GBytes. It should be interpreted according to "cert-type".

The first certificate in this array is the server's certificate, followed by its issuer, followed by the issuer's issuer and so on.

For "x509" certificates, each certificate is an X.509 certificate in binary (DER) format.

For "pgp" certificates, each certificate is a binary OpenPGP key.

Since 0.19.0


The "cert-type" property

  "cert-type"                gchar*                : Read

The type of the certificate, typically either "x509" or "pgp".

Default value: NULL

Since 0.19.0


The "parent" property

  "parent"                   TpProxy*              : Read / Write / Construct Only

A TpConnection or TpChannel which owns this TLS certificate. If the parent object is invalidated, the certificate is also invalidated, and this property is set to NULL.

Since 0.19.0


The "state" property

  "state"                    guint                 : Read

The state of this TLS certificate as a TpTLSCertificateState, initially TP_TLS_CERTIFICATE_STATE_PENDING.

":state" will be emitted when this changes.

Allowed values: <= 2

Default value: 0

Since 0.19.0

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