[xmlsec] xmlsec1 command line tool examples?

Rich Salz rsalz at datapower.com
Thu Jul 17 17:47:45 PDT 2003

> Yes, it's a great tool to wrap a standalone library. However, in xmlsec
> I need to integrate xmlsec wrapper with libxml,libxslt and openssl wrappers
> (i.e. I want a DOM tree from libxml wrapper to be used as a parameter
> in a call to xmlsec wrapper and so on).  And swig does not help at all.

Well, just because libxml made a mistake by not using swig, you don't have
to repeat it. :)  You can treat the libxml python-wrapped DOM objects as
special pointers, and use "typemap" (I think I remember the term
correctly), so that Python folks just pass DOM objects, and you -- once --
write code to convert that so your C++ code easily gets the libxml DOM


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