Thanks to all.
Now I anderstand more about that
It's a bit unfortunate that it's so. But most important is reliability
Le 27/09/2015 23:07, Howard Chu a écrit :
OpenLDAP source code is released as a single unit. This situation is no
different than building slapd itself against libldap_r. If you split
things apart and mix versions, you can potentially break them.
Le 28/09/2015 17:58, Quanah Gibson-Mount a écrit :
--On Monday, September 28, 2015 10:26 AM +0200 Michael Ströder
> Hmm, in the long run I'd like to see a single liblmdb being installed
> with the accompanying tools system-wide just like the BDB libs/tools. I
> understand that this would limit the freedom of developing/shipping an
> OpenLDAP-specific "fork" in the OpenLDAP sources.
Can't say I've necessarily seen that done with BDB either... Like RHEL
and debian tend to have multiple bdb versions available, with the tools
named things like db42_dump etc, so that the version specific utilities
can be used.
On the LMDB side, we're missing things like libtool versioning that
would allow this to be more easily possible. Also, having it so 0.9.x
is backwards compatible with 0.9.y, y < x, would make things a bit
easier to deal with as well.
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