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Re: (ITS#5456) inaccurate interpretation of LDIF in back perl
> You two seem to be saying the same thing: An entry should end with a
> line terminator, but not with several line terminators (which give
> blank lines).
Duh, sorry, I didn't see you said it _begins_ with a newline.
Anyway, Net::LDAP::LDIF is doing the right thing: When you write
multiple entries to the same Net::LDAP::LDIF object, it puts an
empty line between them.