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Open encrypted file in zip archive for reading.

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July 22, 2012
ZIP_FOPEN_ENCRYPTED(3)               Library Functions Manual              ZIP_FOPEN_ENCRYPTED(3)

NAME

zip_fopen_encrypted, zip_fopen_index_encrypted - open encrypted file in zip archive for reading

LIBRARY

libzip (-lzip)

SYNOPSIS

zip.h zip_file_t * zip_fopen_encrypted zip_t *archive const char *fname zip_flags_t flags const char *password zip_file_t * zip_fopen_index_encrypted zip_t *archive zip_uint64_t index zip_flags_t flags const char *password

DESCRIPTION

The zip_fopen_encrypted function opens the encrypted file name fname in archive using the password given in the password argument. The flags argument are the same as for zip_fopen(3). The zip_fopen_index_encrypted function opens the file at position index, see zip_fopen_index(3). These functions are called automatically by zip_fopen(3); you only need to call them if you want to specify a non-default password (see zip_set_default_pass‐ word(3)).

RETURN VALUES

Upon successful completion, a struct zip_file pointer is returned. Otherwise, NULL is returned and the error code in archive is set to indicate the error.

ERRORS

[ZIP_ER_NOPASSWD] No password was provided. The function zip_fopen_encrypted may also fail and set zip_err for any of the errors spec‐ ified for the routine zip_fopen(3). The function zip_fopen_index_encrypted may also fail and set zip_err for any of the errors specified for the routine zip_fopen_index(3).

SEE ALSO

libzip(3), zip_fclose(3), zip_fopen(3), zip_fread(3), zip_get_num_entries(3), zip_name_locate(3)

AUTHORS

Dieter Baron <@nih.at> and Thomas Klausner <@giga.or.at>
NiH July 22, 2012 ZIP_FOPEN_ENCRYPTED(3)
This manual Reference Other manuals
zip_fopen_index_encrypted(3) referred by libzip(3) | zip_fopen(3) | zip_fopen_index(3)
refer to libzip(3) | zip_fclose(3) | zip_fopen(3) | zip_fopen_encrypted(3) | zip_fopen_index(3) | zip_fread(3) | zip_get_num_entries(3) | zip_name_locate(3)