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I have noticed this difference early on and I wanted to change it to match
NS. Unfortunately, for us there is too much code to change (places where
the function is called). For OpenLDAP, I can go either way.
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<Kurt@OpenLDAP.org> To: lukeh@PADL.COM
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owner-openldap-devel@O Subject: Re: slapi_ch_free()
01/20/2003 01:58 PM
At 05:59 PM 1/19/2003, Luke Howard wrote:
>Netscape/iPlanet/Sun ONE define slapi_ch_free() as
>void slapi_ch_free(void **);
for all versions of SLAPI?
>whereas IBM and OpenLDAP define it as:
>void slapi_ch_free(void *);
>Although the latter is closer to the internal slapd ch_free()
>function, any thoughts about breaking it now rather than later
>in order to promote compatability with the more populus
>implementation of SLAPI? :-)
The point of SLAPI code is to be compatible with NS-SLAPI
(using NS here implies "Netscape-derived"). But I think the
new code is targeted for an older version of NS-SLAPI.