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       asn1_parser2array - API function


       #include <libtasn1.h>

       int   asn1_parser2array(const   char  *  inputFileName,  const  char  *
       outputFileName, const char * vectorName, char * error_desc);


       const char * inputFileName
                   specify the path and the name of file that  contains  ASN.1

       const char * outputFileName
                   specify the path and the name of file that will contain the
                   C vector definition.

       const char * vectorName
                   specify the name of the C vector.

       char * error_desc
                   return the error description or an empty string if success.


       Function that generates a C structure from an  ASN1  file.   Creates  a
       file containing a C vector to use to manage the definitions included in
       inputFileName   file.   If    inputFileName   is   "/aa/bb/xx.yy"   and
       outputFileName is NULL, the file created is "/aa/bb/xx_asn1_tab.c".  If
       vectorName is NULL the vector name will be "xx_asn1_tab".


       ASN1_SUCCESS if the file has a correct syntax and every  identifier  is
       known,   ASN1_FILE_NOT_FOUND   if   an   error  occured  while  opening
       inputFileName  ,  ASN1_SYNTAX_ERROR  if  the  syntax  is  not  correct,
       ASN1_IDENTIFIER_NOT_FOUND if in the file there is an identifier that is
       not defined, ASN1_NAME_TOO_LONG if in the file there is  an  identifier
       whith more than ASN1_MAX_NAME_SIZE characters.


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       the command

              info libtasn1

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