Hey btw I have no clue what this binding thingy is but I just heard James talk about it once. I can
ask him what he meant. Incidentally this was a conversation we had over 3 years ago when Groovy
first came out.
BTW I like the new modified syntax you now use below. I think I have to get Groovy :).
Stefan Zoerner wrote:
> heather = [:]
> heather.objectclass = ['top', 'person']
> heather.sn = 'Nova'
> heather.cn = 'Heather Nova'
> con.add('cn=Heather Nova,dc=example,dc=com', heather)
> I like it syntactically :-)
In fact, I am a Groovy newbie. It is even more simpler, if you write the
entry map like this:
heather = [
objectclass: ['top', 'person'],
cn: 'Heather Nova'
con.add('cn=Heather Nova,dc=example,dc=com', heather)