Release Notes: This release is a preparation for the upcoming 1.0.0 release and provides the ability to have both versions installed together on the same box.This release also includes updated expired certificates for the regression test suite and a fix for a minor bug in reading binary keys on Windows.
Release Notes: This is the first release candidate for the new stable version. A lot of internal changes were made, including enchanced processing controls, performance improvements for XML transforms, new documentation, updated examples, and many other small things.
Release Notes: Several minor bugfixes were made to reference URI processing, binary transform processing, and the xmlsec command line utility.
Release Notes: This release creates a framework for integrating the XML Security Library with practically any crypto engine. As an example, basic GnuTLS and NSS library support was added to the existing OpenSSL support. When this release is not intended to be used in production, the developers may start working on adding their favorite crypto library.
Release Notes: This release fixes incorrect processing of signatures with more than three binary transforms in a row. It also includes improved pkcs12 file support and minor documentation updates.
Release Notes: This release includes several bugfixes and improvements. A 91 bits HMAC signatures bug, an EVP ciphers in OpenSSL 0.9.7 bug, and Sun Workshop CC compilation problems have been fixed. Features include xpath based start node selection and loading an external DTD for the xmlsec utility, and line wrapping for certificates and CRLs.
Release Notes: This release fixes a major problem in Reference URI attribute processing. It also includes several Win32 build process fixes.
Release Notes: This release adds a way to specify "current time" to verify a certificate's expiration against it, implements an XML results output format for the xmlsec command line utility, fixes XMLDSig examples and adds a new one, resolves a static link issue and includes a bunch of other improvements for Win32 platform builds, adds dynamic linking option for xmlsec to help the Debian port, and includes other minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release fixes all known problems and should be used instead of any previous releases.
Release Notes: This release includes few major changes and improvements: a new error reporting system, XPointer transform support, major enveloped and XPath transforms performance improvements, and an updated XPath 2 Filter implementation to reflect the latest W3C specifications. A lot of documentation has been created (man pages, an automatically generated API Reference Manual, and a FAQ).