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Re: (ITS#6257) libldap: getopt flag to return the SASL username
>> It returns whatever returned by sasl_getprop(); it should be a pointer
>> a zero-terminated string within the SASL context (you don't have to free
>> it, but it may be invalidated when the context is destroyed).
> It seems "you don't have to free it" was the clue!
> Well, it rather means you must not free it.
I'm documenting options, and noticed that all other values are duplicated
rather than returned as they are. Would you mind reverting the behavior
of this option? I mean: return a LDAP_MALLOC'ed string instead of a
pointer to a string within the SASL handle?