Albe Laurenz wrote:
> This patch for libpq allows you to enter an LDAP URL in pg_service.conf.
> The URL will be queried and the resulting string(s) parsed for
> keyword = value connection options.
> The idea is to have connection information stored centrally on an LDAP
> server rather than on the client machine.
> On Windows the native library wldap32.dll is used, else OpenLDAP.
> If --enable_thread_safety has been given, -lldap_r is appended to
> PTHREAD_LIBS so that libpq will be linked against the tread safe
> There should probably also be a documentation patch for the --with-ldap
> option of ./configure, but I didn't write it because it also belongs to
> the "LDAP Auth" patch.
> I have added German translations for the new messages - how can I get
> translations into other languages?
Translations are done later in the release process.
I have heavily modified your patch to be clearer. Please review the
attached version and test it to make sure it still works properly.
Bruce Momjian bruce(at)momjian(dot)us
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