I downloaded the DSTools etc, and I found some hooks. I also took another
look in the CryptNoMore.c sources, and now I discovered why I did not find
ANY documentation since the stuff I was looking for were wrappers (in the .c
file) around the real functions, and since I discovered that, I am able to
On 5/27/07 12:05 PM, "Finlay Dobbie" <email@hidden> wrote:
> On 27/05/07, Philip Aker <email@hidden> wrote:
>> On 2007-05-26, at 17:23:17, Finlay Dobbie wrote:
>>> For the current user only, sure. Open Directory, however, provides
>>> a full interface to the attributes of all user records available
>>> both on the local machine and on the network. It's not quite the same.
>> I wonder if there's an Apple networking list that might be closer to
>> Frank's needs.
> Open Directory is a bit of a dark art. Not helped by the fact that OS
> X Server's kerberized LDAP stuff is marketed as "Open Directory", but
> from an API perspective it's just an abstraction layer present in the
> client version as well... Oh, and trying to do anything in it makes
> you want to stab yourself in the face repeatedly with a fork...
> darwin-dev might be a slightly more appropriate list, but ADC has
> attempted to classify it as a "Carbon" API before.
> -- Finlay
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