Enum mas_jose::jwa::AsymmetricVerifyingKey

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#[non_exhaustive]
pub enum AsymmetricVerifyingKey { Rs256(Rs256VerifyingKey), Rs384(Rs384VerifyingKey), Rs512(Rs512VerifyingKey), Ps256(Ps256VerifyingKey), Ps384(Ps384VerifyingKey), Ps512(Ps512VerifyingKey), Es256(Es256VerifyingKey), Es384(Es384VerifyingKey), Es256K(Es256KVerifyingKey), }
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An enum of all supported asymmetric signature algorithms signing keys

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This enum is marked as non-exhaustive
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impl AsymmetricVerifyingKey

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pub fn rs256(key: RsaPublicKey) -> Self

Create a new verifying key with the RS256 algorithm from the given RSA public key.

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pub fn rs384(key: RsaPublicKey) -> Self

Create a new verifying key with the RS384 algorithm from the given RSA public key.

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pub fn rs512(key: RsaPublicKey) -> Self

Create a new verifying key with the RS512 algorithm from the given RSA public key.

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pub fn ps256(key: RsaPublicKey) -> Self

Create a new verifying key with the PS256 algorithm from the given RSA public key.

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pub fn ps384(key: RsaPublicKey) -> Self

Create a new verifying key with the PS384 algorithm from the given RSA public key.

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pub fn ps512(key: RsaPublicKey) -> Self

Create a new verifying key with the PS512 algorithm from the given RSA public key.

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pub fn es256(key: PublicKey<NistP256>) -> Self

Create a new verifying key with the ES256 algorithm from the given ECDSA public key.

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pub fn es384(key: PublicKey<NistP384>) -> Self

Create a new verifying key with the ES384 algorithm from the given ECDSA public key.

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pub fn es256k(key: PublicKey<Secp256k1>) -> Self

Create a new verifying key with the ES256K algorithm from the given ECDSA public key.

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pub fn from_jwk_and_alg( params: &JsonWebKeyPublicParameters, alg: &JsonWebSignatureAlg ) -> Result<Self, AsymmetricKeyFromJwkError>

Create a new verifying key for the given algorithm from the given public JWK parameters.

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Returns an error if the key parameters are not suitable for the given algorithm.

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impl From<VerifyingKey<NistP256>> for AsymmetricVerifyingKey

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fn from(key: Es256VerifyingKey) -> Self

Converts to this type from the input type.
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impl From<VerifyingKey<NistP384>> for AsymmetricVerifyingKey

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fn from(key: Es384VerifyingKey) -> Self

Converts to this type from the input type.
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impl From<VerifyingKey<Secp256k1>> for AsymmetricVerifyingKey

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fn from(key: Es256KVerifyingKey) -> Self

Converts to this type from the input type.

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