QCA::Initializer

QCA::Initializer Class Reference

#include <QtCrypto>

Public Member Functions

 Initializer (MemoryMode m=Practical, int prealloc=64)
 
 Initializer (const Initializer &)=delete
 
Initializeroperator= (const Initializer &)=delete
 

Detailed Description

Convenience method for initialising and cleaning up QCA.

To ensure that QCA is properly initialised and cleaned up, it is convenient to create an Initializer object, and let it go out of scope at the end of QCA usage.

Examples:
aes-cmac.cpp, base64test.cpp, certtest.cpp, ciphertest.cpp, eventhandlerdemo.cpp, hashtest.cpp, hextest.cpp, keyloader.cpp, mactest.cpp, md5crypt.cpp, providertest.cpp, publickeyexample.cpp, randomtest.cpp, rsatest.cpp, saslclient.cpp, saslserver.cpp, sslservtest.cpp, ssltest.cpp, and tlssocket.cpp.

Definition at line 659 of file qca_core.h.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

QCA::Initializer::Initializer ( MemoryMode  m = Practical,
int  prealloc = 64 
)
explicit

Standard constructor.

Parameters
mthe MemoryMode to use for secure memory
preallocthe amount of secure memory to pre-allocate, in units of 1024 bytes (1K).

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