Commit 5e2f23e5 authored by Lev Walkin's avatar Lev Walkin
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converter-sample.c instead of asn-decoder-template.c

parent c13c2ba8
......@@ -9,6 +9,7 @@
* [typedef enum foo {}] foo_e; is now e_foo, see #1287989
* Refactored ValueSetTypeAssignment parsing.
* First release of PER encoder (does not encode SETs yet).
* asn-decoder-template.c renamed into converter-sample.c
0.9.20: 2006-Mar-06
......
......@@ -470,9 +470,9 @@ InterchangedObject.c: ../ISO13522-MHEG-5.asn regenerate.Makefile
@touch InterchangedObject.c
make
ASN_DECODER_TEMPLATE=../../skeletons/asn-decoder-template.c
$(TARGET).o: $(ASN_DECODER_TEMPLATE)
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) -Dasn_DEF=asn_DEF_InterchangedObject -o $(TARGET).o -c $(ASN_DECODER_TEMPLATE)
ASN_CONVERTER=../../skeletons/converter-sample.c
$(TARGET).o: $(ASN_CONVERTER)
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) -Dasn_DEF=asn_DEF_InterchangedObject -o $(TARGET).o -c $(ASN_CONVERTER)
distclean: clean
rm -f $(ASN_MODULE_SOURCES) $(ASN_MODULE_HEADERS)
......
......@@ -13,6 +13,9 @@ THERE IS NO ISO13522-MHEG-5.asn FILE THERE YET!
OBTAINING THE MHEG-5 SPECIFICATION
==================================
Due to licensing restrictions, asn1c can not include the MHEG-5 ASN.1 module
in its distribution.
To obtain the MHEG-5 ASN.1 specification, you should go to
http://www.itu.int/ITU-T/asn1/database/itu-t/t/t172
and select the latest "Text" version of the corresponding ASN.1 module.
......@@ -26,23 +29,9 @@ mheg5dump USAGE
The mheg5dump utility may be used to dump the contents of the BER-encoded
MHEG-5 data record file:
./mheg5dump -x tapfile.der # Print as XML (BASIC-XER)
If necessary, a straightforward modification of the
../../skeletons/asn-decoder-template.c
will allow you to build a converter from the XML (XER) MHEG-5 format
back into binary (BER).
./mheg5dump tapfile.der # Print MHEG-5 stream as XML (BASIC-XER)
The full list of recognized command line options may be obtained with
> ./mheg5dump -h
Usage: ./mheg5dump [options] <data.ber> ...
Where options are:
-b <size> Set the i/o buffer size (default is 8192)
-c Check ASN.1 constraints after decoding
-d Enable debugging (-dd is even better)
-n <num> Process files <num> times
-s <size> Set the stack usage limit
-p Print out the decoded contents
-x Print out as XML
./mheg5dump -h
......@@ -334,6 +334,8 @@ ASN_MODULE_HEADERS+=per_support.h
ASN_MODULE_SOURCES+=per_support.c
ASN_MODULE_HEADERS+=per_decoder.h
ASN_MODULE_SOURCES+=per_decoder.c
ASN_MODULE_HEADERS+=per_encoder.h
ASN_MODULE_SOURCES+=per_encoder.c
lib_LTLIBRARIES=libsomething.la
......@@ -371,9 +373,9 @@ Certificate.c: regenerate.Makefile
@touch Certificate.c
make
ASN_DECODER_TEMPLATE=../../skeletons/asn-decoder-template.c
$(TARGET).o: $(ASN_DECODER_TEMPLATE)
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) -Dasn_DEF=asn_DEF_Certificate -o $(TARGET).o -c $(ASN_DECODER_TEMPLATE)
ASN_CONVERTER=../../skeletons/converter-sample.c
$(TARGET).o: $(ASN_CONVERTER)
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) -Dasn_DEF=asn_DEF_Certificate -o $(TARGET).o -c $(ASN_CONVERTER)
distclean: clean
rm -f $(ASN_MODULE_SOURCES) $(ASN_MODULE_HEADERS)
......
......@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@ GENERAL INFORMATION
The X.509 (PKIX1) certificate decoder. Invoking `make` will compile the ASN.1
specifications from the rfc3280.txt in the above directory.
The ../../skeletons/asn-decoder-template.c will supply the missing
The ../../skeletons/converter-sample.c will supply the missing
"int main()" routine which drives the decoding process.
x509dump USAGE
......@@ -24,18 +24,9 @@ may be used to convert between PEM and DER.
After convertsion, the x509dump utility may be used to dump the contents
of the DER-encoded X.509 certificate:
./x509dump -x certificate.der # Print as XML (BASIC-XER)
./x509dump certificate.der # Print as XML (BASIC-XER)
The full list of recognized command line options may be obtained with
> ./x509dump -h
Usage: ./x509dump [options] <data.ber> ...
Where options are:
-b <size> Set the i/o buffer size (default is 8192)
-c Check ASN.1 constraints after decoding
-d Enable debugging (-dd is even better)
-n <num> Process files <num> times
-s <size> Set the stack usage limit
-p Print out the decoded contents
-x Print out as XML
......@@ -700,9 +700,9 @@ DataInterChange.c: ../tap3.asn1 regenerate.Makefile
@touch DataInterChange.c
make
ASN_DECODER_TEMPLATE=../../skeletons/asn-decoder-template.c
$(TARGET).o: $(ASN_DECODER_TEMPLATE)
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) -Dasn_DEF=asn_DEF_DataInterChange -o $(TARGET).o -c $(ASN_DECODER_TEMPLATE)
ASN_CONVERTER=../../skeletons/converter-sample.c
$(TARGET).o: $(ASN_CONVERTER)
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) -Dasn_DEF=asn_DEF_DataInterChange -o $(TARGET).o -c $(ASN_CONVERTER)
distclean: clean
rm -f $(ASN_MODULE_SOURCES) $(ASN_MODULE_HEADERS)
......
......@@ -11,6 +11,9 @@ THERE IS NO tap3.asn1 FILE THERE YET!
OBTAINING THE TAP3 SPECIFICATION
================================
Due to licensing restrictions, asn1c can not include the TAP3 ASN.1 module
in its distribution.
To obtain the TAP3 ASN.1 specification, you should go to
http://www.gsmworld.com/using/billing/tap3_legal.html
and agree with their licensing terms by clicking the "I ACCEPT" button.
......@@ -33,23 +36,9 @@ tap3dump USAGE
The tap3dump utility may be used to dump the contents of the BER-encoded
TAP3 data record file:
./tap3dump -x tapfile.der # Print as XML (BASIC-XER)
If necessary, a straightforward modification of the
../../skeletons/asn-decoder-template.c
will allow you to build a converter from the XML (XER) TAP3 format
back into binary (BER).
./tap3dump tapfile.ber # Print as XML (BASIC-XER)
The full list of recognized command line options may be obtained with
> ./tap3dump -h
Usage: ./tap3dump [options] <data.ber> ...
Where options are:
-b <size> Set the i/o buffer size (default is 8192)
-c Check ASN.1 constraints after decoding
-d Enable debugging (-dd is even better)
-n <num> Process files <num> times
-s <size> Set the stack usage limit
-p Print out the decoded contents
-x Print out as XML
......@@ -61,6 +61,6 @@ xer_encoder.h xer_encoder.c # XER encoding support
per_support.h per_support.c # PER parsing
per_decoder.h per_decoder.c # PER decoding support
per_encoder.h per_encoder.c # PER encoding support
#asn-decoder-template.c # Template for quick decoder creation
#converter-sample.c # A sample of transcoder
CODEC-PER: # THIS IS A SPECIAL SECTION
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