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|0.4.0||Oct 25, 2021|
|0.3.0||Aug 8, 2021|
|0.2.0||May 6, 2021|
|0.1.0||Apr 30, 2021|
#132 in Cryptography
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Used in 7 crates (6 directly)
x509-certificate is a library crate for interfacing with X.509 certificates.
It supports the following:
- Parsing certificates from BER, DER, and PEM.
- Serializing certificates to BER, DER, and PEM.
- Defining common algorithm identifiers.
- Generating new certificates.
- Verifying signatures on certificates.
- And more.
This crate has not undergone a security audit. It does not
employ many protections for malformed data when parsing certificates.
Use at your own risk. See additional notes in
x509-certificate is part of the
PyOxidizer project and
this crate is developed in that repository.
The root of the repository is a Cargo workspace and has a lot of members.
The dependency tree for the entire repo is massive and
cargo build likely
will fail due to Python dependency weirdness.
For best results,
cd x509-certificate and run commands there. Or
cargo build -p x509-certificate,
cargo test -p x509-certificate, etc.
This crate is used throughout this repository. If you want to build/run
the workspace, try
cargo build --workspace --exclude oxidized-importer --exclude pyembed
to exclude the crates most often causing build troubles. The
tugger crates have an expensive test harness and dependency tree and
can also be excluded.
Generally, the following crates are sensitive to changes in this one:
If build + tests pass on these crates, there's a good chance the entire workspace is happy.