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Re: New tool

I have no problem with you committing such.  Might be interesting
to extend the whoami test to use it.  (Proxy authorization can
apply without use of SASL.)


At 08:47 AM 4/14/2004, Pierangelo Masarati wrote:
>BTW, I have a bunch of changes to data/test.ldif and
>data/test-ordered.ldif to add saslAuthzFrom values to some entries, in
>view of a possible test on saslAuthz stuff.  Is it OK if I commit it, or
>is it going to break anything in other scripts?  I think code related to
>this stuff (e.g. builtin schema  and so) is always compiled by default if
>one compiles slapd, but I'm not sure I got all the odds of the test suite.
>>> add slapsaslauth test tool
>> I just added a new tool: slapsaslauth.  It is intended to test the sasl
>> configuration, significantly the sasl-regexp stuff.  At present it's
>> very rough.  Since it needs to access to databases as if the server were
>> running, it should work in SERVER rather than in TOOL mode; to run it in
>> TOOL mode will require some tweaking, which I started in back-ldbm
>> (seems to pass my test cases right now), while the behavior with
>> back-bdb, without any changes yet, is still a bit erratic.
>> Comments?.
>> --
>> Pierangelo Masarati
>> mailto:pierangelo.masarati@sys-net.it
>Pierangelo Masarati