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RE: "Pretty Printing" schemas using a2ps

gq has a schema browser that at least shows you what objectclass is
superior, is it a structural objectclass, what attribs are required,
which are optional.

-----Original Message-----
From: Jehan PROCACCIA [mailto:Jehan.Procaccia@int-evry.fr]
Sent: Thursday, January 30, 2003 8:50 AM
To: Andrew McCall
Cc: jimd@siu.edu; openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org
Subject: Re: "Pretty Printing" schemas using a2ps

Andrew McCall wrote:
> On Thursday 30 January 2003 12:54, Jehan PROCACCIA wrote:
>>great, but what would be REALLY nice is to have a tool that creates a
>>picture of tree from the schema files , don't know if it's possible
> Do you mean so it looked at your directory, and then made a visual
tree using 
> the schema files of what your directory could look like? Like this :
> top
>    - people
>        - user 1
>           - cn
>           - sn etc.
>     - groups
>       - ou

that (ascii flat chart) would be good, but a real tree representation 
(root and parallel branches -> lanscape format) would be perfect !.

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