[python-ldap] syncrepl fix for pyasn1 >= 0.3
akkornel at stanford.edu
Sun Nov 19 20:40:51 EST 2017
Hi Ilya, good afternoon!
I did once submit a patch to add some tests for syncrepl parts of python-ldap, as well as a modification to the test framework, so that syncrepl support would be active in the slapd used for testing.
The post and attachments can be found here: https://mail.python.org/pipermail/python-ldap/2017q2/003923.html
It has been some time since the submission, so I can not say right now if the patches would still work.
But, one good thing is that I have access to a big LDAP directory! 8-) So I will test now the latest code from you, and the latest code from Michael, and I will let you know my results!
Date: Sun, 19 Nov 2017 16:57:27 +0100
From: Ilya Etingof <ilya at glas.net>
To: Michael Str?der <michael at stroeder.com>
Cc: Christian Heimes <christian at python.org>, python-ldap at python.org
Subject: Re: [python-ldap] syncrepl fix for pyasn1 >= 0.3
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I think pyasn1 0.4.1 is mostly ready to be released. I have been trying to run relevant Python-LDAP tests with pyasn1 master  to make sure there are no regressions. Tests pass but I am not convinced they actually run through the pyasn1 code at all.
So I wonder if you have a proper test bench handy to give it a quick try? Or teach me how to run them locally.
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