Am Mittwoch, 18. Juli 2007 13:21 schrieb Magnus Hagander:
> The main reasons would be to have less code to maintain,

I don't think the krb5 support has needed all that much maintenance in the 
last few years.

> and to make life 
> easier for packagers. For example, win32 would no longer need to ship the
> kerberos binaries in the package (and update it properly etc).

Nobody is forcing anyone to ship anything anyway.

> But sure, we might leave it in there until there's a direct problem with it
> (other than the ones we already know). Can I still get my deprecation of it
> though? ;-)

You might want to inquire about that on -general.

Peter Eisentraut

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