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Thu, 2 May 2002 15:43:42 -0400
I am new to snacc, and have a very basic question.
I have an internal data structure (an SNMP trap), and I would like to encode
it into BER format.
The snacc home page says that:
"Given an ASN.1 source file(s) snacc can produce:
* C routines for BER encoding, decoding, printing and freeing.
* C++ routines for BER encoding, decoding, and printing.
* A type table that can be used with generic C routines for BER encoding,
decoding, printing and freeing."
My question is, what do they mean by "Given an ASN.1 source file"? I am
starting with a data structure in non-ASN.1 format, and I want to decode
into into ASN.1 (BER) format. Can the snacc tool accomplish this task? What
is the ASN.1 source file and how does it fit in?
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