Not building kcpytkt/kdeltkt
rharwood at redhat.com
Tue Aug 3 11:37:41 EDT 2021
Ken Hornstein <kenh at cmf.nrl.navy.mil> writes:
>>>>We expanded the backends that implement krb5_cc_remove_cred() due to
>>> I mean, fair enough ... but how did you test those backends?
>>krb5's test suite covers them:
> I _did_ see that, but it only covers MEMORY, FILE, and KEYRING. It
> doesn't cover, for example, KCM, DIR, or MSLSA (although I am not sure
> the test suite works on Windows).
The KDC isn't built for Windows, so the test suite in full won't work
there. Whether any parts would is a question I am the wrong person to
DIR is implemented in terms of FILE - a pass-through.
KCM just sends commands to the daemon, and there's a REMOVE_CRED
command. So it'd be more a test of the daemon than the ccache layer.
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