on Friday, the initial thin client patchset was merged. This will affect
you in two ways:
* As a user, you will notice that it takes the ipa tool a long time
to execute a command. This will be fixed in a subsequent patch set this
* As a developer, you will need to rebase your patches if you touched
plugin code, because ipalib/plugins is now gone. Most of the plugin code
resides in ipaserver/plugins now, and usually it should be good enough
to rename your files accordingly. However, if your command implements
any of the `interactive_prompt_callback`, `forward` or `output_for_cli`
methods, you will need to split it into server and client parts. See
ipaclient/plugins for examples on how to do it.
If you need help with anything, please contact me.
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