I understand it's better to be safe than sorry. As for the integration test that needs
the krb5 client we can disable it as you suggest and wait to get a descent client to
test it with. Having an easy to configure krb5 client is going to be a big win not to
mention a changepw client.
Keep me posted on when you can do this ... I think I will wait for the SASL branch merge
before adding in the HTTP service code since your config refactorings make it much
On 5/21/07, Alex Karasulu <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Oh btw when do you think you can merge the code over to trunk? And what did
> we decide to
> do about that odd integration test that needed to run on port 88?
When: one of the next couple nights. I think
'kerberos-encryption-types' will be straight-forward. I'll want to do
some interop testing when SASL and 'kerberos-encryption-types' are
together before committing everything.
As for the odd integration test, it can only be disabled for now. I
started looking at a Kerberos client, but no promises on a time frame.
In looking at the SASL code, a bulk of it is tested with the
non-GSSAPI integration test.