[xmlsec] Default encoding

Aleksey Sanin aleksey at aleksey.com
Thu Apr 17 07:08:38 PDT 2003

The problem is that you did not specify the desired output encoding as UTF-8
and the default "current system locale" was used. As the result, UTF-8 
that could not be represented in this locale were converted to "&#..;"
I believe that if you try to sign/verify this document, everything 
should work
because C14N executed before signature should convert "&#..;" back to UTF8.


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