Future and plans for libnet? Why 'all the way with ejs'?
mimir at samba.org
Sun Jul 10 00:49:19 GMT 2005
On Sat, Jul 09, 2005 at 12:35:56PM +1000, tridge at samba.org wrote:
> > I'm wondering, given all the attention being put into Samba4's embedded
> > scripting language (to support swat), what the future of libnet is?
> I am hoping that Mimir (or someone) will build ejs interfaces for
First I want to work more on libnet and turn existing functions into
async interface. As my development time is limited, I don't want to
touch ejs before doing at least one month more of work on libnet (which
means that basic user management functions should be completed then).
After that, I can have a look at ejs.
> > It seems that libnet is slowly being replaced by ejs, and that the
> > emphasis is on SWAT being the admin tool-centre rather than net. Is
> > that an accurate description of where we are going?
> I certainly want our web management interface to be good enough that
> everyone, even experts, will want to use it.
I have a bit similar plans (management tool) about libnet.
> A side effect of this effort is that we can create powerful command
> line interfaces as well, and I definately would like to take advantage
> of that.
You mean command line interfaces powered by ejs ?
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