LDAP -- is python-ldap still "it"?
rganesan at myrealbox.com
Wed Jan 8 06:15:35 CET 2003
>>>>> "Karl" == Karl A Krueger <kkrueger at example.edu> writes:
> I've used the python-ldap package in the past, and I'm wondering if this
> is still the way to go for LDAP manipulation from Python -- if there are
> other LDAP client libraries for Python I haven't found, for one. (I'm a
> little curious why there isn't LDAP in the standard library, but I
> suppose that's just because there isn't yet.)
I never looked for alternatives, python-ldap is excellent for my needs. I am
using 2.0.0pre6 in production code and love it :-). I managed to get a
couple of python converts in my company by showing them how easy python-ldap
is compared to JLDAP :-).
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