Python bindings for the XML Security Library.
Check the examples to see various examples of signing and verifying using the library.
- libxml2 >= 2.9.1
- libxmlsec1 >= 1.2.14
apt-get install libxml2-dev libxmlsec1-dev libxmlsec1-openssl
Note: There is no required version of libxml2 for ubuntu precise, so need to download and install it manually.
wget http://xmlsoft.org/sources/libxml2-2.9.1.tar.gz tar -xvf libxml2-2.9.1.tar.gz cd libxml2-2.9.1 ./configure && make && make install
yum install libxml2-devel xmlsec1-devel xmlsec1-openssl-devel libtool-ltdl-devel
brew install libxml2 libxmlsec1
- xmlsec can be installed through easy_install or pip.
pip install xmlsec
If you get any fatal errors about missing .h files, update your C_INCLUDE_PATH environment variable to include the appropriate files from the libxml2 and libxmlsec1 libraries.
Download appropriate binary wheel from ci.appveyor.com (see build`s artifacts).
pip install <wheel filename>
Configure build environment, see wiki.python.org for more details.
Install from pip
pip install xmlsec
Clone the xmlsec repository to your local computer.
git clone git://github.com/mehcode/python-xmlsec.git
Change into the xmlsec root directory.
Install the project and all its dependencies using pip.
pip install .
Setting up your environment
Follow steps 1 and 2 of the manual installation instructions.
Initialize a virtual environment to develop in. This is done so as to ensure every contributor is working with close-to-identicial versions of packages.
The mkvirtualenv command is available from virtualenvwrapper which can be installed by following link
Install xmlsec in development mode with testing enabled. This will download all dependencies required for running the unit tests.
pip install -r requirements-test.txt pip install -e "."
Running the test suite
[Set up your environment](#setting-up-your-environment).
Run the unit tests.
- Tests configuration
Env variable PYXMLSEC_TEST_ITERATIONS specifies number of test iterations to detect memory leaks.
Reporting a issue
Please attach the output of following information: version of python-xmlsec version of libxmlsec1 version of libxml2
output from command:
pkg-config --cflags xmlsec1
Versions of python
The following versions of python is supported:
- python3.5 (required libxmlsec1 >= 1.2.18 and libxml2 >= 2.9.1)
- python3.6 (required libxmlsec1 >= 1.2.18 and libxml2 >= 2.9.1)
- python3.7 (required libxmlsec1 >= 1.2.18 and libxml2 >= 2.9.1)
Unless otherwise noted, all files contained within this project are liensed under the MIT opensource license. See the included file LICENSE or visit opensource.org for more information.