Copies the contents of a buffer into a buffer set.


func gss_add_buffer_set_member(_ minor_status: UnsafeMutablePointer<OM_uint32>, _ member_buffer: gss_buffer_t, _ buffer_set: UnsafeMutablePointer<gss_buffer_set_t>) -> OM_uint32



A pointer to the secondary status result that provides additional information in case of failure. Typically, a failure results from an inability to allocate memory, communicated with minor status ENOMEM.


The buffer to copy into the buffer set.


A pointer to a buffer set descriptor reference that receives a copy of the buffer. You can indicate that the buffer set doesn't yet exist by setting its reference to GSS_C_NO_BUFFER_SET. In this case, the function creates it first using gss_create_empty_buffer_set(_:_:). In any case, the buffer is added to the end of the set, and the buffer set's count parameter incremented.

Return Value

A status code set to GSS_S_COMPLETE on success, or GSS_S_FAILURE otherwise. Inspect the minor_status parameter for additional information on failure.


The function does not add the member_buffer to the buffer set directly. Rather it allocates new memory for a copy of the buffer, which it includes in the buffer set. When you call gss_release_buffer_set(_:_:) later, you deallocate the memory for the buffer set and all of its buffer copies, but this has no effect on the original member_buffer.

See Also

Allocation and Deallocation

func gss_create_empty_buffer_set(UnsafeMutablePointer<OM_uint32>, UnsafeMutablePointer<gss_buffer_set_t>?) -> OM_uint32

Allocates an empty buffer set descriptor that you use to manage an array of buffers.

func gss_release_buffer(UnsafeMutablePointer<OM_uint32>, gss_buffer_t) -> OM_uint32

Frees the memory associated with a single buffer descriptor.

func gss_release_buffer_set(UnsafeMutablePointer<OM_uint32>, UnsafeMutablePointer<gss_buffer_set_t>?) -> OM_uint32

Frees the memory associated with a buffer set descriptor and all the buffers it contains.