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idn2_lookup_u8(3)                   libidn2                  idn2_lookup_u8(3)

NAME

idn2_lookup_u8 - API function

SYNOPSIS

#include <idn2.h> int idn2_lookup_u8(const uint8_t * src, uint8_t ** lookupname, int flags);

ARGUMENTS

const uint8_t * src input zero-terminated UTF-8 string in Unicode NFC normalized form. uint8_t ** lookupname newly allocated output variable with name to lookup in DNS. int flags optional idn2_flags to modify behaviour.

DESCRIPTION

Perform IDNA2008 lookup string conversion on domain name src , as described in section 5 of RFC 5891. Note that the input string must be encoded in UTF-8 and be in Unicode NFC form. Pass IDN2_NFC_INPUT in flags to convert input to NFC form before further processing. IDN2_TRANSITIONAL and IDN2_NONTRANSITIONAL do already imply IDN2_NFC_INPUT. Pass IDN2_ALABEL_ROUNDTRIP in flags to convert any input A-labels to U-labels and perform additional testing. This is default since version 2.2. To switch this behavior off, pass IDN2_NO_ALABEL_ROUNDTRIP Pass IDN2_TRANSITIONAL to enable Unicode TR46 transitional processing, and IDN2_NONTRANSITIONAL to enable Unicode TR46 non-transitional processing. Multiple flags may be specified by binary or:ing them together. After version 2.0.3: IDN2_USE_STD3_ASCII_RULES disabled by default. Previously we were eliminating non-STD3 characters from domain strings such as _443._tcp.example.com, or IPs 1.2.3.4/24 provided to libidn2 functions. That was an unexpected regression for applications switching from libidn and thus it is no longer applied by default. Use IDN2_USE_STD3_ASCII_RULES to enable that behavior again. After version 0.11: lookupname may be NULL to test lookup of src without allocating memory.

RETURNS

On successful conversion IDN2_OK is returned, if the output domain or any label would have been too long IDN2_TOO_BIG_DOMAIN or IDN2_TOO_BIG_LABEL is returned, or another error code is returned.

SINCE

0.1

SEE ALSO

The full documentation for libidn2 is maintained as a Texinfo manual. If the info and libidn2 programs are properly installed at your site, the command info libidn2 should give you access to the complete manual. As an alternative you may obtain the manual from: http://www.gnu.org/software/libidn/libidn2/manual/ libidn2 2.2.0 idn2_lookup_u8(3)

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