[EMAIL PROTECTED] (Peter Eisentraut) writes:
> 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 on the other hand, if support for something gets "ripped out,"
that pretty much forces packagers to NOT ship it anymore.  So it's not
totally symmetrical...

>> 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.

Good idea...

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