Syntax
typedef enum {
  VM_SSL_EVENT_CONNECTED = 1,
  VM_SSL_EVENT_CAN_WRITE = 2,
  VM_SSL_EVENT_CAN_READ = 3,
  VM_SSL_EVENT_PIPE_BROKEN = 4,
  VM_SSL_EVENT_HOST_NOT_FOUND = 5,
  VM_SSL_EVENT_PIPE_CLOSED = 6,
  VM_SSL_EVENT_HANDSHAKE_FAILED = 7,
  VM_SSL_EVENT_CERTIFICATE_VALIDATION_FAILED = 8
} VM_SSL_EVENT;
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VM_SSL_EVENT
Syntax
typedef enum {
  VM_SSL_EVENT_CONNECTED = 1,
  VM_SSL_EVENT_CAN_WRITE = 2,
  VM_SSL_EVENT_CAN_READ = 3,
  VM_SSL_EVENT_PIPE_BROKEN = 4,
  VM_SSL_EVENT_HOST_NOT_FOUND = 5,
  VM_SSL_EVENT_PIPE_CLOSED = 6,
  VM_SSL_EVENT_HANDSHAKE_FAILED = 7,
  VM_SSL_EVENT_CERTIFICATE_VALIDATION_FAILED = 8
} VM_SSL_EVENT;
Description

Events passing to vm_ssl_connection_callback.

File

vmssl.h

Members
Members 
Description 
VM_SSL_EVENT_CONNECTED = 1 
The socket is connected. 
VM_SSL_EVENT_CAN_WRITE = 2 
The socket is now ready to be written to. 
VM_SSL_EVENT_CAN_READ = 3 
There are data available for read 
VM_SSL_EVENT_PIPE_BROKEN = 4 
The socket has timed out or the connection has broken. 
VM_SSL_EVENT_HOST_NOT_FOUND = 5 
Cannot reach the host specified. 
VM_SSL_EVENT_PIPE_CLOSED = 6 
The socket is closed. 
VM_SSL_EVENT_HANDSHAKE_FAILED = 7 
SSL handshaking has failed. 
VM_SSL_EVENT_CERTIFICATE_VALIDATION_FAILED = 8 
Certificate validation has failed. 
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