@brief CoAP PDU parsing context structure
When this struct is used to assemble the header, @p payload is used as the write pointer and @p payload_len contains the number of free bytes left in then packet buffer pointed to by @ref coap_pkt_t::hdr
When the header was written, @p payload must not be changed, it must remain pointing to the end of the header. @p payload_len must then be set to the size of the payload that was further copied into the packet buffer, after the header.
@ref coap_pkt_t::snips can be used to attach further payload buffers without copying them into the CoAP packet buffer. If there are any, they will be attached in order after the last payload byte (or header byte) in the original CoAP packet buffer.
hdr: *mut coap_hdr_t
< pointer to raw packet
token: *mut u8
< pointer to token @deprecated Use coap_get_token(), Will be removed after 2022.10.
payload: *mut u8
< pointer to end of the header
snips: *mut iolist_t
< payload snips (optional)
< length of payload
< length of options array
options: [coap_optpos_t; 16]
< option offset array
opt_crit: [u8; 2]§
< observe value
@brief transport the packet was received over @see @ref gcoap_socket_type_t for values. @note @ref gcoap_socket_type_t can not be used, as this would cyclically include the @ref net_gcoap header.
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Returns the argument unchanged.