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On Tuesday 13 June 2006 23:21, Jonathan Abbey wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 08, 2006 at 10:23:36AM +0200, Lise Didillon wrote:
> | Thank you very much, I've no more questions about ldap_deprecated. It's a
> | very good documentation
> How long have the functions that are guarded by LDAP_DEPRECATED been
> in the OpenLDAP API? I'm finishing up work on getting a new release
> of web500gw out that is compatible with modern OpenLDAP, and I need to
> decide whether to just set LDAP_DEPRECATED, or go through of the
> effort of excising the deprecated API usage.
> I'd rather not break compatibility of web500gw with comparatively
> recent versions (say, the last 4 years?) of OpenLDAP, if I could avoid
That shouldn't be much of a problem. The non-deprecated functions
( ldap_*_ext(), ldap_initialize() and so on) are already present in OpenLDAP
since quite some time. AFAIK there were available already with OpenLDAP 2.0
(Which was released in the year 2000).