compilation error

Joe Little jlittle at
Fri May 25 01:47:21 CEST 2001

Does anyone out there have original copies of these? The mailing list
softwre did a good munge job on it.

For instance, in the errors.c patch it has a nonsensical:

     +#if defined(LDAP_API_VERSION)
     +               if (ldap_get_option(l, LDAP_OPT_MATCHED_DN, &matched)
>= 0
     +                       && matched != NULL) {
     +                   if (*matched != `f, name );
     +#endif /* defined(LDAP_API_VERSION) */

      /* set attribute */
     @@ -1798,7 +1865,12 @@
      static int
      setattr( LDAPObject* self, char* name, PyObject* value )
     +#if defined(LDAP_API_VERSION)

First, `f, name doesn't work. Second, I found out that the file being
edited was actually LDAPObject.c and not errors.c at that point. A whole
segment is thus missing and a 4th file should be in the MMIME encode. The
message is offically screwed :)

To quickly answer your last message, the package did not use the
component. I'm using hte non-CVS version of 1.10a3. Should ther be another
"release" this stage just to seperate things? Maybe a4 or b1?

On Fri, 25 May 2001, David Leonard wrote:

> On Thu, 24 May 2001, Joe Little typed thusly:
> > BTW -- can anyone post to the list the most recent patches (Konstanin's)
> shame on you! ;) go to the python-ldap web page, click on mailing list archive,
> type 'konstantin patch' in the search field... and the first result is:
> d

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