[xmlsec] xmlsec command line fail on Windows with crash
aleksey at aleksey.com
Mon Nov 15 19:20:31 PST 2010
Apologies, but I don't have a windows box to test it. Any chance you can
get a stack trace?
On 11/15/10 7:07 PM, G. Ken Holman wrote:
> Attached is a renamed ZIP file with an example that when xmlsec is
> invoked it reports the expected correct examples and then triggers a
> Windows crash with the infamous "xmlsec.exe has encountered a problem
> and needs to close." dialogue box.
> The creation of the detached signature used in this test also triggers a
> Windows crash. Again, it happens after successfully creating the output.
> The file extSigned2.xml is an XML document that has an enveloped
> signature inside. The transformation in the detached signature ignores
> the subtree that contains the signatures.
> The file detSigned.xml is the detached signature that I created with a
> key I obtained from a CA in Spain.
> The file test.bat invokes the application with this (note the return code):
> T:\xmlsecProblem>xmlsec --verify detSigned.xml
> SignedInfo References (ok/all): 1/1
> Manifests References (ok/all): 0/0
> T:\xmlsecProblem>echo %errorlevel%
> All of my other uses of xmlsec work without a crash: creating and
> verifying enveloped signatures and creating and verifying detached
> signatures without a transform.
> Please let me know if you have any questions.
> Thank you for any help you can be determining the reason for the crashing.
> . . . . . . . . . Ken
> p.s. if anyone is curious, this is based on volunteer work being done
> digitally signing OASIS Universal Business Language (UBL) documents. You
> can find draft committee documents regarding the signature work here in
> the "profiledocs/" subdirectory:
> ... and how I've packaged the use of xmlsec for UBL documents here:
> Feedback is welcome.
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