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"widely supported scripting language" for make test (was ITS#5809)
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- Date: Sat, 15 Nov 2008 15:35:26 +0100
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Quanah Gibson-Mount wrote:
I have a script somewhere from Matt Backes @ Symas that sorts LDIF
files. It was useful for seeing if it made any difference in slapadd (it
I'm hitting an issue like this in some of the replication tests I'm
currently performing. For this purpose, I think we could hack
ldapsearch (or add a new prog, or use a script on ldapsearch output)
that sorts entries content attribute-wise and, within each attribute,
value-wise. Something like "sort" applied entry-wise after unwrapping
line folding, optionally case-insensitive would probably suffice.
Well, if it were distributable, and written in a widely supported
scripting language, it would be quite useful...
What do you consider a "widely supported scripting language"?
During some discussions about the test suite I felt that having a more
powerful scripting language would help dealing with some of the problems
in a more elegant way.