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xmlsec-c14n - Canonicalize an XML file
xmlsec-c14n [-n] [-x] [-1.1] [-id id] input
xmlsec-c14n canonicalizes an XML document following the W3C Canonical XML Recommendation. By default, it uses version 1.0, but it can use version 1.1 with the -1.1 flag and Exclusive XML Canonicalization 1.0 with the -x flag. The source XML document is read from the provided input file, and the canonicalized version is written to standard output.
Note that each option must be given as a separate argument. -n Do not include XML comments in the output. -x Canonicalize to the Exclusive XML Canonicalization 1.0 Recommendation instead of the default. -1.1 Canonicalizae to the Canonical XML 1.1 Recommendation instead of the default. -id id Rather than canonicalizing the entire input document, canonicalize and output only the subtree rooted at the node identified by id.
This manual page was written by Russ Allbery for Debian.
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