Call Signtool using python
emannion at gmail.com
Tue Mar 2 18:33:39 CET 2010
On Mar 2, 2:46 pm, "Matt Mitchell" <mmitch... at transparent.com> wrote:
> I think you need to use the /p switch to pass signtool.exe a password
> when using the /f switch.
> Check outhttp://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/8s9b9yaz%28VS.80%29.aspxfor
> more info.
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> Subject: Call Signtool using python
> I want to call the Windows signtool to sign a binary from a python
> Here is my script:
> subprocess.call(["signtool", "sign", "/v", "/f", "webph.pfx", "/t",
> "http://timestamp.verisign.com/scripts/timstamp.dll", "WebPh.exe" ])
> But I am getting this error:
> SignTool Error: The specified PFX password is not correct.
> Number of files successfully Signed: 0
> Number of warnings: 0
> Number of errors: 1
> Finished building plugin installer
> scons: done building targets.
> This python script is called as part of a scons build, which is also
> python code.
> Anyone seen this before or can pass on any ideas.
The same command works when run from the command line but when I run
it from python using subprocess.call(...) it fails as described in my
first post. I do not need to use the /p switch as the password is
embedded in the pfx file.
That is why I think it is something I am or am not doing in python.
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