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Re: writing a 'passthrough' backend
Howard Chu wrote:
> Now that you've looked at the callback code, the answer should be obvious:
> One solution is to write a backend that uses callbacks the same way
> back-glue.c does, but with more steps:
> wrap a call to back-ldbm, with the NOOP control set, obtain result.
> wrap a call to back-shell
> wrap a call to back-ldbm
> This will still be slow, but not as slow. The assumption here is that the
> actual back-ldbm database has the ACLs defined, which you check thru the
> NOOP'd modify.
Sounds good. I'll give it a try. Thanks for your help.