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run -s always installs it's own python-ldap #338

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macosforgebot opened this issue Apr 5, 2011 · 4 comments
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run -s always installs it's own python-ldap #338

macosforgebot opened this issue Apr 5, 2011 · 4 comments

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@macosforgebot macosforgebot commented Apr 5, 2011

roland@… originally submitted this as ticket:430


There is a check for the existence of python-ldap, but it is just ldap.

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@macosforgebot macosforgebot commented Apr 5, 2011

roland@… originally submitted this as comment:1:⁠ticket:430


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py_have_module() checks for python-ldap, but the import name is just ldap. Because of CalendarServer doesn't use the system python-ldap.

The attached patch fixes this.

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@macosforgebot macosforgebot commented Apr 5, 2011

@wsanchez originally submitted this as comment:2:⁠ticket:430

  • Priority changed from 5: Not set to 2: Expected
  • Milestone set to CalendarServer-3.x
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@macosforgebot macosforgebot commented Apr 6, 2011

roland@… originally submitted this as attachment:diff.txt:⁠ticket:430


Diff in svn root

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@macosforgebot macosforgebot commented Aug 1, 2011

@wsanchez originally submitted this as comment:3:⁠ticket:430

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