Martin Kosek wrote:
On Thu, 2011-11-10 at 14:01 +0100, Ondrej Hamada wrote:
On 11/10/2011 10:30 AM, Martin Kosek wrote:
On Tue, 2011-11-08 at 20:41 +0100, Ondrej Hamada wrote:
The 'Keytab' filed in output of all 'user-*' commands was changed to
'Kerberos keys available'. In order to do this change for 'user-*'
commands only, the flag 'has_keytab' had to be removed from common
output parametrs in ipalib/baseldap.py. This change also affected the
host.py and service.py, where the 'has_keytab' flag was added to their
local output params. Both host.py and service.py holds the old field
caption - 'Keytab' - because of compatibility with older clients.
Ondra, thanks for the patch. It looks OK, everything behaves as
I am still concerned about your patch formatting:
1) Patch naming does not follow FreeIPA conventions. You can check
others patch file names - mine, Rob's or Alexander's for example. The
patch file name should be freeipa-ohamada-2-<description>.patch. The
patch number should also be in your mail subject - it helps when
searching mails etc.
2) Patch title is wrong - you don't need to include [PATCH] in git
commit's title. This then makes it here twice.
3) Patch description is insufficient. I miss link to ticket and some
description. You only added it to the mail. When I am traversing FreeIPA
git logs, I must be able to quickly read what this patch does.
You would have seen all these conventions I wrote you about if you had
read some patches in freeipa-devel or had read some in FreeIPA git log.
Shame on me. Sorry for that.
Corrected patch attached.
ACK. Pushed to master.
You can celebrate your first upstream patch :-)
To make it all official I added Ondrej to Contributors.txt in master.
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