From: Pierangelo Masarati <ando(a)sys-net.it>
Date: Fri, 18 May 2007 19:10:03 +0200
Subject: Re: (ITS#4971) patch for OpenLDAP 2-3-32
I assume you refer to a patch that was submitted along with ITS#4868;
that patch is absolutely incorrect and in fact it has been rejected. A
consistent fix has been applied to hEAD code. It has never been
backported to OpenLDAP 2.3 because nobody fed back about it. If you
wish to test HEAD code and report success, I'll be happy to backport it
to OpenLDAP 2.3 so that it gets released with the next release.
O.k, thanks. But, I would like to know, what does the termin "HEAD code" mean?
And where can I get it? Sorry for my educationless...
Any blob-like format would be fine (although I haven't tested it
So, do You mean BLOB-like format as oid (in PostgreSQL), or just something like varbit
type? I tried to put BLOBs in PostgreSQL by ldapadd - it's possible. But I had some
problems when I tried to read from oid. I just had got the value of oid, but not stored
With best wishes,