[rcardenes at debian.org: Re: Bug#179108: ldap_initialize patch]
michael at stroeder.com
Thu Apr 10 22:43:51 CEST 2003
Ricardo Javier Cardenes wrote:
> Ok. Now I've checked deeply :-)
Great. I didn't get a response on the openldap-users list up to now...
> So, ldap_initialize(&ldp, NULL) is the same (to all effects) that
> ldap_initialize(&ldp, "ldap://localhost/").
Well, this could be achieved by just patching ldap.initialize() or
LDAPObject.__init__(). There might be valid reasons to do so. I'll think
> Of course, that doesn't explain my previous problems with LDAP lookups
> Oddly enough, I've those problems no more :-?
Glad to hear that. ;-)
>>>Of course, if Michael has a more deep view of OpenLDAP internals than I
> Note that I wasn't looking for any type of offence. I regretted about
> this particular statement after sending the mail.
No problem at all.
>>No, I don't have more insight. In fact I'm not very familiar with the C
>>part of python-ldap which is hard to maintain for me since David Leonard
>>does not have time to spent anymore. Contributions welcome (e.g. support
>>for extended controls).
> Mmh... I can help if you need someone doing the C part. I'm somewhat
> experienced dealing with C/C++ extending/embedding Python :-)
I'd really appreciate your help. Look at the TODO file.
> Anyway, this is not a problem now.
So Peter can close the Debian bug and we'll meet at the python-ldap-dev list...
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