[xmlsec] Microsoft .NET compatibility
rsalz at datapower.com
Sat May 10 11:23:47 PDT 2003
> And unless I misunterstood something, this means that \r characters MUST
> be removed during C14N.
No, I don't think so. I think it only means line-ending normalizaton.
By the time the document is parsed, you want to turn "\r" into &#D;, and
you don't care if it was \r or &#D; originally.
Perhaps it's time to go ask xml-dsig mailing list.
Rich Salz Chief Security Architect
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