This function is useful to determine whether a GnuTLS function
was interrupted while sending or receiving, so that select() or
poll() may be called appropriately.
It provides information about the internals of the record
protocol and is only useful if a prior gnutls function call, e.g.
gnutls_handshake(), was interrupted and returned
GNUTLS_E_INTERRUPTED or GNUTLS_E_AGAIN. After such an interrupt
applications may call select() or poll() before restoring the
interrupted GnuTLS function.
This function's output is unreliable if you are using the same
session in different threads for sending and receiving.
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gnutls 3.7.1 gnutls_record_get_direction(3)