[gnutls-devel] GnuTLS | ClientHello extension permutation (#1465)

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Daiki Ueno commented on a discussion: https://gitlab.com/gnutls/gnutls/-/issues/1465#note_1310714243

I can directly point you to the code, but maybe it might make sense to see how the current code works. If you successfully build the source code you will get test server and client in `src/gnutls-serv` and `src/gnutls-cli`. You can establish a TLS connection with something like:
$ src/gnutls-serv --x509certfile=doc/credentials/x509/cert-rsa-pss.pem --x509keyfile=doc/credentials/x509/key-rsa-pss.pem &
$ src/gnutls-cli -d4 --x509cafile=doc/credentials/x509/ca.pem localhost -p 5556
then you will see something like "Sending extension OCSP Status Request/5 (5 bytes)" in the output.

After that you see where the message comes from, with `git grep "Sending extension"` for example.

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