Help wanted: Parse and import the LDAP display specifiers

Andrew Bartlett abartlet at
Sun Sep 6 19:06:14 MDT 2009

On Sun, 2009-09-06 at 08:08 -0500, Andrew Kroeger wrote:
> All:
> I am re-sending this e-mail without the huge attachment that adds the 
> MS-provided LDIF files to the source tree, as suggested by abartlet. 
> The sheer size of the LDIF files (even when bzipped) got stuck in the 
> samba-technical mailing list moderation queue.
> As the bulk of the original attachment was the original files sent by 
> MS, and my patchset includes a patch to make the files more 
> ldif-compliant, I am attaching the remaining patches to this e-mail. 
> These patches are dependent on the MS-provided LDIF files being added 
> under the source4/setup/display-specifiers/ directory.  The patch that
> I 
> created to do this can be pulled from the display-specifiers branch
> in 
> the git:// repo, as commit 
> 1249d1036158c4c8bb21f3600f0e8fa354657a65.
> After the MS-provided LDIF files have been added in the appropriate 
> location, the remaining patches in this e-mail can be applied.
> ---
> All:
> Please find attached a set of patches to massage the MS-supplied
> display 
> specifiers and import them as part of the provision.  The patches are 
> also available in the display-specifiers branch at 
> git://

I pulled from there, but the patches there and here are all in unix
line-feed format.  I've converted them after applying your patch, but
you will sadly loose the 'last to touch this' credit.

(I'm keen to keep them *exactly* as Microsoft supplies, warts and all). 

I'll have this pushed shortly.  Thanks!

Andrew Bartlett

Andrew Bartlett                      
Authentication Developer, Samba Team 
Samba Developer, Cisco Inc.
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