should contain a gnutls_ocsp_resp_t type
Specifies which extension OID to get. Use (0) to get
the first one.
gnutls_datum_t * oid
will hold newly allocated buffer with OID of
extension, may be NULL
unsigned int * critical
output variable with critical flag, may be NULL.
gnutls_datum_t * data
will hold newly allocated buffer with extension data,
may be NULL
This function will return all information about the requested
extension in the OCSP response. The information returned is the
OID, the critical flag, and the data itself. The extension OID
will be stored as a string. Any of oid , critical , and data
may be NULL which means that the caller is not interested in
getting that information back.
The caller needs to deallocate memory by calling gnutls_free() on
oid ->data and data ->data.
Since 3.7.0 oid ->size does not account for the terminating null
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