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Does anybody know a tool to check if two XMLs are the same using W3C's Canonical XML spec?
I think there must be implementations out there, because in XML Security you need it.
The correct comparison of two canonical XML documents needs to be performed at the byte level.
Having said that some aspects can be checked by parsing canonical XML documents (if indeed they can be parsed and as Canonical XML specifies a transformation from XPath to bytes and those bytes may or may not be a well-formed XML document).
I do not have much experience with such XML diff tools, sorry!
For Fast Infoset we test round trip correctness of the infoset using a simple diff mechanism based on the output of SAX events. It allows us to automatically detect differences, and then one can see what those differences are, but it is certainly not a very friendly solution.
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