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I have two questions:

  1. Are there any plans to port Chilkat to golang?
  2. If not is it possible for golang access the c++ libs and use chilkat that way?

Any info is appreciated.

asked Jun 23 at 22:24

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For second, I successfully created a C level code (not C++) then i used Chilkat's C wrapper and libs. Thus, I am able to use Chilkat's classes and also my own C implementations with Go. When deploy Go, you have to deploy .so or .dll file along with it. This is the only viable solution until Chilkat releases libraries that have native Go support.

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answered Jun 24 at 11:34

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edited Jun 24 at 11:35

We'll get there eventually.. The top priority at this moment is XMLDSig and XAdES..

(The next version of Chilkat will have a new XmlDSig class)

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answered Jun 26 at 10:25

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We'll get there eventually? What it means??

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answered Jun 30 at 16:23

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About XMLDSig and Xades, have you a release date? Can I test a beta? I need sign xml with xades-bes in python. I use Chilkat in .Net, Python and VFP actually for other purposes.

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answered Jul 12 at 04:18

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edited Jul 12 at 04:20

We'll get there eventually? What it means??

Currently Chilkat has more important (top priority on to-do list) features and plans for libraries. Go will be supported in the future if everything goes fine.

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answered Jul 19 at 09:17

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