I have a problem where I sign xml document and validate signature after that and the validation passes, but when I serialize document to byte array and then deserialize it back to document, signature validation fails.
Here are methods used for validation and serialization/deserialization: @formatc I don´t have privileges to comment, but can you try and view the hexadecimal values in both files (sign and deserialized).
I am currently able to download the zip files, extract them and then process the CSVs, however this takes a large amount of disk space and RAM.
Here is some example data (just grabbed this from another SO question): 1 V1 x y 1 1 2 2 2 2 3 3 2 V1 x y 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 3 V1 x y 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 Warning messages: 1: In parse_zip(file) : Zip archive contains multiple files. 2: In parse_zip(file) : Zip archive contains multiple files. 3: In parse_zip(file) : Zip archive contains multiple files. I know that there are not any CSV files produced (at least that I can find).
For me, it was never the same, because I played Civ III and IV when I was just getting into strategy, and then I kept discovering more and more complicated strategy games, and then I turned into a bit of a grognard. I haven't actually ever played any of the past Civilization games, but I do recommend Civ V for those who wants to jump into the 4X/Strategy genre.