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Mon, 21 Jul 2003 14:46:26 +0200
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Am Montag, 21. Juli 2003 13:52 schrieb Moritz Schulte:
> For iterating through all named MPIs contained in a data set, you have
> to use gcry_ac_data_length() and gcry_ac_data_get_index(). Soon I
> will commit a patch that implements the gcry_ac_key_data_get()
> functions, which is needed for extracting the `data set' from a `key'.
> With these functions and the included MPI functions you should be able
> to convert a complete data set in a way that fits your needs.
I got the iteration over the MPI values of a key working. It shows 6 MPI=20
values named n, e, d, p, q and u. But what is the meaning of these values? =
they together hold the key? Or is the key stored in one of these values?
> Maybe the ac Interface will contain high-level functions for this
> purpose in the future; at the moment you have to do the work yourself.
That would be very helpful.
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