asn1_copy_node − API function
int asn1_copy_node(asn1_node dst, const char * dst_name, asn1_node src, const char * src_name);
Destination asn1 node.
const char * dst_name
Field name in destination node.
Source asn1 node.
const char * src_name
Field name in source node.
Create a deep copy of a asn1_node variable. That function requires dst to be expanded using asn1_create_element().
Return ASN1_SUCCESS on success.
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