Andrew Dunstan wrote:
> I suggested libcurl in another context, and not so much as a means of 
> getting at LDAP data as a means of getting config data from non-LDAP as 
> well as LDAP sources. If all we want is LDAP then using libcurl would 
> indeed be introducing an unnecessary dependency.
> In this context, though, its use seems a bit odd.

Right, that's what I remember, the curl can _also_ be used to distribute
authentication data, but of course LDAP is more standard.

  Bruce Momjian
  SRA OSS, Inc.

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