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[MirageOS-devel] ocaml equivalent of php's openssl_verify function

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Not directly related to Mirage, but I was told on SO that I should ask

I'm trying to make an ocaml version of
but it seems like I don't understand all of it, I'm trying to finish the
doRegister function.

I can successfully decode all the infos, and I end up with a valid pem
certificate, what looks like a proper signature and the data to check.
I'm looking for the ocaml equivalent of php's openssl_verify (line 231
of the php file), but looking at the doc I'm not sure of what it does

As specified on SO, I am using MirageOS, so if something like this
exists already in one of mirage's library, it'd be great.

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