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[Fedora-directory-users] Re: Announce: Net-LDAPapi version 2.00 released

> From:  Quanah Gibson-Mount <quanah stanford edu>
> Date:  Fri, 09 Feb 2007 01:24:52 -0800
> A new release of Net::LDAPapi module is now available for Perl via CPAN. 
> This release includes compilation against OpenLDAP libraries from version 
> 2.1 forward.  It now supports LDAPv3, including SASL binds.

I hate to sound critical, but...

Who's responsible for the "object oriented" interface?  It bugs me when a 
package claims to have an OO interface, yet there's no use of OO concepts in 
the interface.  It took me a while to convince myself that the values returned 
by first_entry and next_entry aren't actually objects on which I would then use 
the get_values method.

I'd rather just use the non-OO interface since it wouldn't mislead me into 
expecting OO behavior.  I assume that still works even though it's no longer 
documented.  Do I just stick "ldap_" on the front of all the method names?


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