./databases/ldb, LDAP-like embedded database

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 1.5.4nb2, Package name: ldb-1.5.4nb2, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

ldb is a LDAP-like embedded database. It is not at all LDAP standards
compliant, so if you want a standards compliant database then please see the
excellent OpenLDAP project.

What ldb does is provide a fast database with an LDAP-like API designed to be
used within an application. In some ways it can be seen as a intermediate
solution between key-value pair databases and a real LDAP database.

ldb is the database engine used in Samba4.

Features:
* The main features that separate ldb from other solutions are:
* Safe multi-reader, multi-writer, using byte range locking
* LDAP-like API
* fast operation
* choice of local tdb or remote LDAP backends
* integration with talloc
* schema-less operation, for trivial setup
* modules for extensions (such as schema support)
* easy setup of indexes and attribute properties
* LDIF for import/export
* ldbedit tool for database (via LDIF) editing (reminiscent of 'vipw')


Required to run:
[databases/tdb] [devel/popt] [devel/talloc] [devel/cmocka] [databases/lmdb] [lang/python37] [devel/tevent]

Required to build:
[textproc/docbook-xsl] [textproc/libxslt] [pkgtools/cwrappers]

Master sites:

SHA1: 870e4112053ae350f5de27b00aa8703d3e7dc34d
RMD160: d2bbb808990f7dc80a4d0d1278756f13a4526f85
Filesize: 1590.94 KB

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   2019-06-22 14:56:31 by Jared D. McNeill | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
Fixes a build failure when the letter 'j' appears in MAKEFLAGS.
   2019-04-25 09:33:32 by Maya Rashish | Files touched by this commit (620)
Log message:
PKGREVISION bump for anything using python without a PYPKGPREFIX.

This is a semi-manual PKGREVISION bump.
   2019-04-04 10:07:54 by Benny Siegert | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
ldb: add dependency on openldap-client to fix PLIST mismatches.

From Michael Moll via Pull Request.
Fixes NetBSD/pkgsrc#45.
   2019-03-29 10:52:00 by Patrick Welche | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
Fix ldb build as per suggestion from wiz@
   2019-03-27 11:08:42 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
ldb: mark as incompatible with Python 2.7, since tdb required Python 3.x
   2019-03-20 20:06:56 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (5)
Log message:
ldb: added version 1.5.4

ldb is a LDAP-like embedded database. It is not at all LDAP standards
compliant, so if you want a standards compliant database then please see the
excellent OpenLDAP project.

What ldb does is provide a fast database with an LDAP-like API designed to be
used within an application. In some ways it can be seen as a intermediate
solution between key-value pair databases and a real LDAP database.

ldb is the database engine used in Samba4.

Features:
* The main features that separate ldb from other solutions are:
* Safe multi-reader, multi-writer, using byte range locking
* LDAP-like API
* fast operation
* choice of local tdb or remote LDAP backends
* integration with talloc
* schema-less operation, for trivial setup
* modules for extensions (such as schema support)
* easy setup of indexes and attribute properties
* LDIF for import/export
* ldbedit tool for database (via LDIF) editing (reminiscent of 'vipw')
   2019-03-20 20:06:17 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
ldb: added version 1.5.4

ldb is a LDAP-like embedded database. It is not at all LDAP standards
compliant, so if you want a standards compliant database then please see the
excellent OpenLDAP project.

What ldb does is provide a fast database with an LDAP-like API designed to be
used within an application. In some ways it can be seen as a intermediate
solution between key-value pair databases and a real LDAP database.

ldb is the database engine used in Samba4.

Features:
* The main features that separate ldb from other solutions are:
* Safe multi-reader, multi-writer, using byte range locking
* LDAP-like API
* fast operation
* choice of local tdb or remote LDAP backends
* integration with talloc
* schema-less operation, for trivial setup
* modules for extensions (such as schema support)
* easy setup of indexes and attribute properties
* LDIF for import/export
* ldbedit tool for database (via LDIF) editing (reminiscent of 'vipw')