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On 09/22/2010 07:28 PM, Stephen Gallagher wrote:
Patch 0006: Rename group.c and passwd.c for clarity
Prefixing group.c and passwd.c with "nss_" similar to the way the
PAM client sources are prefixed with "pam_". This patch isn't strictly
necessary, but I wanted it to be more clear which files were associated
with NSS vs. PAM vs. common in the sss_client directory. Patch 0007 will
create nss_netgroup.c as well.
Forgot to update POTFILES.in with the new names.
Patch 0007: Add support for netgroups to NSS sss_client
There's one peculiarity about this patch that I have to note. I need to
send back a true/false value to the setnetgrent call in order to
properly report that there were no entries. This differs from the other
set*ent functions because we are processing a specific requested entry
rather than enumerating all entries. Without doing this, we actually
return a netgroup containing no member triples, which is certainly not
what the client app expects.
Drop a #include on a header that isn't packaged (and should probably be
removed in a separate patch). It caused builds from a tarball to fail.
Patch 0010: Add netgroup support to the NSS responder
This is the big one. It borrows a lot of its design from the recently
rewritten enumeration code, but it has a few gotchas (notably that we
need to maintain state between setnetgrent and getnetgrent calls to
ensure that we are still answering requests for the same requested entry.
Missed including nsssrv_private.h and nsssrv_netgroup.h from the
dist_noinst_HEADERS in Makefile.am. Builds from a tarball were failing.
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