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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
Canonicalizae to the Canonical XML 1.1 Recommendation instead of the default.
Rather than canonicalizing the entire input document, canonicalize and output only the
subtree rooted at the node identified by id.
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