Using KfM's credentials cache with Krb5 1.3 on OS X 10.2.6
hartmans at MIT.EDU
Wed Aug 13 16:04:55 EDT 2003
>>>>> "Steven" == Steven Michaud <smichaud at pobox.com> writes:
>> IN particular, please remove the parts that add shared library
>> support for darwin.
Steven> I'm not sure what you're getting at here.
>> We are not ready to commit to an ABI on darwin and would be
>> very annoyed if a bunch of people were
>> distributing/using/expecting a particular shared library ABI.
Steven> Are you talking about the fact that my patch (as it now
Steven> stands) hard codes the name of the Kerberos framework?
No, Chas's original patch included unrelated changes to how shared
libraries were built that had nothing to do with ccapi.
Steven> To put it briefly, I don't see the point of complicating a
Steven> patch that, while it's now very useful, will be obsolete
Steven> in a few months.
It's certainly your decision, and from your standpoint I think this is
reasonable. However, when people post patches to krbdev, if there are
obvious reasons we'd reject them if they were filed as a bug, I try to
point those out.
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