Commit d7ae66a5 authored by Pekka Pessi's avatar Pekka Pessi
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iptsec/iptsec.docs: fixed whitespace

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...@@ -5,10 +5,10 @@ ...@@ -5,10 +5,10 @@
* @section iptsec_meta Module Meta Information * @section iptsec_meta Module Meta Information
* *
* The iptsec module currently provides interfaces to HTTP * The iptsec module currently provides interfaces to HTTP
* Basic and Digest authentication, used by HTTP and SIP protocol elements. * Basic and Digest authentication, used by HTTP and SIP protocol elements.
* There are both * There are both
* @ref auth_client "client-side" and * @ref auth_client "client-side" and
* @ref auth_module "server-side" * @ref auth_module "server-side"
* (authentication verification) functionality available. * (authentication verification) functionality available.
* *
* @CONTACT Pekka Pessi <Pekka.Pessi@nokia.com> * @CONTACT Pekka Pessi <Pekka.Pessi@nokia.com>
...@@ -25,13 +25,13 @@ ...@@ -25,13 +25,13 @@
* operation is simple enough: * operation is simple enough:
* -# server initializes an #auth_status_t structure with information from * -# server initializes an #auth_status_t structure with information from
* the request * the request
* -# server calls auth_mod_method() * -# server calls auth_mod_method()
* -# server checks the status from auth_status_t structure, sends an error * -# server checks the status from auth_status_t structure, sends an error
* response to the client if authentication fails * response to the client if authentication fails
* -# server proceeds serving the authenticated request. * -# server proceeds serving the authenticated request.
* *
* If the operation is asynchronous, only a preliminary result is stored in * If the operation is asynchronous, only a preliminary result is stored in
* the auth_status_t structure when the call to auth_mod_method() returns. * the auth_status_t structure when the call to auth_mod_method() returns.
* In that case, the application can assign a callback function to the * In that case, the application can assign a callback function to the
* structure. The callback function is invoked when the authentication * structure. The callback function is invoked when the authentication
* operation is completed. An asynchronous authentication operation can be * operation is completed. An asynchronous authentication operation can be
...@@ -62,7 +62,7 @@ ...@@ -62,7 +62,7 @@
* -# store the challenge to a list with auc_challenge() * -# store the challenge to a list with auc_challenge()
* -# prompt user and feed credentials (username and password) to the list * -# prompt user and feed credentials (username and password) to the list
* with auc_credentials() or auc_all_credentials() * with auc_credentials() or auc_all_credentials()
* -# authorize a request (add credential headers to it) with * -# authorize a request (add credential headers to it) with
* auc_authorization() and resend the request * auc_authorization() and resend the request
* *
* If there are several username/password pairs for multiple authentication * If there are several username/password pairs for multiple authentication
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