First three patches introduce changes to collection that were needed for
the implementation of the INI object modification API
The rest are for the INI itself. I made recommended changes and cleaned
doxygen comments a bit.
The INI interface so far does not include:
a) Saving to file - function requested by Pavel
I plan to provide this functionality in the follow up patches.
Sr. Engineering Manager IdM portfolio
Red Hat, Inc.
please see attached patches.
Does it make sense to check on cases when pwdAccountLockedTime is some
future time event?
If agreed to I'll send patch adding test for new utility function
2/3 of previous sbus changes are acked so I'm sending few more patches
from my tree.
Commit messages should be sufficient to justify the changes. Simply put,
I wanted to standardize and shorten names of generated and hard coded
variables and constants so the code stays simple with longer interface
I wrote most of this patch during the Christmas break.
It removes the codegen code for generating property getters (invokers to
be precise) and create hard coded ones. It also add a simple and general
purpose GetAll invoker. The reason and justification is in the commit
Keeping method generated invokers makes sense, since each method can
have different number of arguments with different type.
I hope you like it.
As the automated test tools of our downstream discovered, selinux_child
now compiles with a warning if -Wunused-result is set:
sssd-1.12.2/src/providers/ipa/selinux_child.c:227:15: warning: ignoring return value of 'setgid', declared with attribute warn_unused_result [-Wunused-result]
sssd-1.12.2/src/providers/ipa/selinux_child.c:223:15: warning: ignoring return value of 'setuid', declared with attribute warn_unused_result [-Wunused-result]
Sorry I didn't catch this earlier, but I don't think we can do much about
the error anyway, just warn.
kindly see the attached patch and the commit message. I'm fine with
merging the patch after we branch 1-12 and master but I didn't want to
forget to remove this obsolete code while I'm looking at the resolver