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RE: [xml-dev] Canonical XML

BigBoss, could you elaborate on your comment?  What aspects of Apache
XML-Security project's XML-C14N implementation are 'seemingly' not strictly
compliant with the spec?  Last I heard, it passed the interoperability

FYI, I have not seen any 'no-strings attached' XML-C14N implementation other
than Apache's.  Frankly, I think stand-alone XML-C14N packages would be
pretty helpful for the XML community, something that will convert DOM node,
SAX events, and character stream into XML-C14N octet stream.  Full XML-DSIG
implementation changes runtime requirements as well as API quite a bit and
is not appropriate if you just want to canonicalize.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: BigBoss [mailto:dianda@sec.di.unipi.it]
> Sent: Tuesday, October 30, 2001 5:46 AM
> To: xml-dev@lists.xml.org
> Subject: [xml-dev] Canonical XML
> Hi all: I'd wish to know if there is anyone who has working on  a
> Canonical-XML Java implementation before writing it from scratch !
> I' ve already looked at the Cristian Pollman  implementation ( part of
> the wonderful xml.apache.org/security effort) but it dosen't seem to be
> stricly compliant with the spec .
> 					Thanks
> 					 f.d
> --
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