dieter dieter at handshake.de
Wed Nov 26 07:53:03 CET 2014

Burak Arslan <burak.arslan at arskom.com.tr> writes:
> We've gone through the grunt work of researching and integrating
> XMLDSIG, XAdES and UBL schemas and its various extensions and
> dependencies and wrote a bunch of scripts that map these documents to
> python objects.

In this context, I would like to mention "PyXB"
("https://pypi.python.org/pypi/PyXB"). It is a general mapper
for XML-Schema. Whenever (well almost) you have an XML-Schema,
you can use "PyXB" to create binding classes for it and
then convert easily between XML documents and Python objects
(more precisely, instances of the binding classes).

"PyXB" comes out of the box with an XMLDSIG binding.

I used "PyXB" as (one) base for "dm.saml2"; its author has
been very cooperative and quickly addressed any concern I had
found. Meanwhile, "PyXB" has undergone many improvement steps
and it even more mature than when I developped "dm.saml2" (some
years back).

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