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From "Alan D. Cabrera" <...@toolazydogs.com>
Subject Re: [asn1] why use TLV objects at all?
Date Thu, 24 Feb 2005 17:48:11 GMT


Emmanuel Lecharny wrote:

>not yet. I'm just focusing on the plumbing under LDAP messages, as it
>was quite intricate in the current code, and as said on the WS :
>
>"The internal 0.2 release was the first successful attempt to produce a
>replacement for Snacc4J ... However the library does have performance
>problems ... Furthermore the code base is very difficult to maintain
>needing some reorganization. We hope to refactor the library so it is
>more efficient, and easier to maintain while reducing the number of
>dependencies it has. In the process we would like to introduce some new
>features and improvements which are listed below ..."
>
>I so I tried to brought my 2 cents there.
>  
>

I am not in favor of cleaning up old code that's going to be replaced 
anyway.  What do you think of the idea of hand writing the stubs for 
LDAP using our "new" runtime?


Regards,
Alan




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