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Re: Is back-perl still required?

--On Friday, August 18, 2006 4:49 PM +0200 Pierangelo Masarati <ando@sys-net.it> wrote:

Back-perl is essentially unmaintained: the latest commit is 4 months ago
(remove unused var); then we need to go back to 7 months ago for "happy
new year!", while ITS#es about back-perl not working with OpenLDAP 2.3
flourish.  Is anyone volunteering for its maintenance (I don't: I don't
even speak PERL), or should it be deprecated?

I'm willing to look at them, since I use perl regularly. Of course, I've never used back-perl, as quite frankly I've not understood the need or desire to use the various back-(shell, tcl, perl) bits, but that is probably because I use OpenLDAP purely as an LDAP server. ;)


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