[xmlsec] Compilation of XmlSec Application on Windows
rahul3894singh at gmail.com
Sat May 22 21:55:41 PDT 2010
Thanks for your quick response. I have gone through the link provided by
Just to add further.
There is a difference between the linking of the application xmlsec.exe
provided in the site and my application
(i) Application xmlsec.exe is not linked to libxmlsec-openssl.dll but my
application is not linked
And after doing some analysis I found that the libxmlsec-openssl.dll is
internally calling c:\windows\system32\LIBEAY32.DLL ( I have installed
OpenSSL light) and inside the c:\windows\system32\LIBEAY32.DLL the
application crashes at function OSSL_libdes_version.
Please provide your views.
On Sun, May 23, 2010 at 8:40 AM, Aleksey Sanin <aleksey at aleksey.com> wrote:
> Take a look at section 2.7 from the FAQ
> On 5/22/2010 7:44 PM, rahul kumar wrote:
>> Hi Aleksey,
>> I am using xmlsec API on windows XP ( 32 bit) and once I use try to
>> verify the my license file from my written application it crashes
>> I have compiled the xmlsec1-1.2.12 ( also tried by downloading the
>> xmlsec1-1.2.13)on windows and my application crashes when call the
>> function xmlSecDSigCtxVerify.
>> I am using the same version of XMLSEC on my Linux environment and it is
>> working fine. I am using openssl 1.0.0 version ( Openssl Lite on Windows).
>> After my analysis I found that the application crashes in function
>> xmlSecTransformC14NPushXml ( In file c14n.c) where it calls the function
>> xmlOutputBufferClose(buf), if I comment this function then the operation
>> fails but the application doesnt crash.
>> But when I try to verify my license file using the application provided
>> along with xmlsec library for windows it works fine. The libxml2 and
>> openSSL libraries are same in both the scenario.
>> It will be great help if you can guide me how the application provided
>> with xmlsex ( i.e. xmlsec.exe ) is compiled.
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>> xmlsec at aleksey.com
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