This function returns the type of the certificate that is
negotiated for this side to send to the peer. The certificate
type is by default X.509, unless an alternative certificate type
is enabled by gnutls_init() and negotiated during the session.
Resumed sessions will return the certificate type that was
negotiated and used in the original session.
As of version 3.6.4 it is recommended to use
gnutls_certificate_type_get2() which is more fine-grained.
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gnutls 3.7.1 gnutls_certificate_type_get(3)