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Re: Class instantiation fails when passed in a file but work via lineby line interpreter

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Random related question. If you're writing a SAML implementation have
you found an XML Signature implementation that works reliably from
python? I've had a hell of a time finding something that doesn't
segfault and is interoperable with .NET.
I guess you could call it a SAML implementation. Really I am writing
it so I can get more familiar with the specification. Right now it is
far enough along that it generates signed assertions.

This is definitely a tangent but since you asked I use PyXMLSec. I
wrote a blog post on compiling it for Windows so I wouldn't forget how
I did it: http://returnbooleantrue.blogspot.co...r-windows.html

As far as I can tell it is pretty reliable. If you have any questions
about my implementation let me know and I'll try my best.
As far as your problem goes, I would guess that somewhere you've got a
class named SAML that's shadowing your module. See the difference in the
error messages:
Thank you! I was being dumb and named by unit test class the same as
my actual module. That did it.

-Jeff
Nov 18 '08 #1
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