Section: gnutls (3) Updated: 2.8.6 Local index
gnutls_error_is_fatal - Returns non-zero in case of a fatal error
int gnutls_error_is_fatal(int error);
- int error
is a GnuTLS error code, a negative value
If a GnuTLS function returns a negative value you may feed that
value to this function to see if the error condition is fatal.
Note that you may want to check the error code manually, since some
non-fatal errors to the protocol may be fatal for you program.
This function is only useful if you are dealing with errors from
the record layer or the handshake layer.
1 if the error code is fatal, for positive error values,
0 is returned. For unknown error values, -1 is returned.
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