[xmlsec] Announcing XMLsig for Dynamic Languages

Aleksey Sanin aleksey at aleksey.com
Fri Feb 9 15:31:04 PST 2007

Very cool! I was thinking about Perl/Python/... bindings for a while :)


Ferg, Barry wrote:
> (This should have been announced last year, but better late than never
> :-).)
> The XMLSIG FOR DYNAMIC LANGUAGES project aims to create a set of
> libraries for securing XML format information in accordance with the W3C
> Digital Signature and Encryption standards. The libraries enable
> developers to rapidly integrate digital trust services including secure
> XML processing, authentication, real-time certificate validation and
> authorization. 
> XmlSig is a C++ wrapper around the xmlsec library, providing a simple
> object oriented interface for dynamic languages. XmlSig then wraps this
> wrapper in Ruby, Python, PHP and Perl objects.  
> The code is licensed under the Apache 2.0 license.  Check out the
> project web site at http://xmlsig.sourceforge.net/; source is available
> via the subversion repository.
> As a member of the development team, I'd like to express my appreciation
> to Aleksey for the great work he has done with the XMLSec library upon
> which our project is based.
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