[xmlsec] typo in tests/testEnc.sh - xmlsec0.0.10
martin at datacash.com
Tue Nov 26 04:03:01 PST 2002
On Mon, 2002-11-25 at 17:07, Aleksey Sanin wrote:
> The "topfolder" is a command line parameter. Everything works just fine
> if you use 'make check'. If you are trying to run the testEnc.sh script
> by yourself, then you need to provide correct parameters in the command
I have just unpacked the tarball again and re-run configure, make, and
I still get an error in test aleksey-xmlenc-01/enc-des3cbc-keyname, and
in the log file I see:
--- testEnc started (20021126_114508)
../apps/xmlsec encrypt --keys ../tests/keys.xml --binary ../tests/aleksey-xmlenc-01/enc-des3cbc-keyname.data ../tests/aleksey-xmlenc-01/enc-des3cbc-keyname.tmpl
warning: failed to load external entity "../tests/keys.xml"
This seems to indicate that the encrypt part of the test is looking in the
wrong place for the keys.xml file.
In testEnc.sh, I find:
execEncTest "aleksey-xmlenc-01/enc-des3cbc-keyname" \
"--keys $topfolder/keys/keys.xml" \
"--keys $keysfile --binary $topfolder/aleksey-xmlenc-01/enc-des3cbc-keyname.data" \
where the definition of $keysfile is:
Most of the tests explicitly state "--keys $topfolder/keys/keys.xml", but there
are the 8 aleksey-xmlenc-01 tests which use "--keys $keysfile" which points to
the wrong place.
Most of the encryption tests are failing in any case - I take it
that any test mentioning "aes" will fail unless I have openssl
0.9.7 (which I don't). I am only looking for support for XML
Signature, so I think I'm OK with this just now.
Thanks for a great library.
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