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python-ldap / setup.cfg

# Example for setup.cfg
# You have to edit this file to reflect your system configuation
#
# $Id$

# Section for compiling the C extension module
# for wrapping OpenLDAP 2 libs
[_ldap]

library_dirs = /opt/openldap-RE24/lib
include_dirs = /opt/openldap-RE24/include /usr/include/sasl

extra_compile_args = -g
extra_objects = 

# Example for sparse build: basic functionality
#libs = ldap lber

# Some Linux systems might need explicitly linking with -lresolv
#libs = ldap lber resolv

# Example for full-featured build:
# Support for StartTLS/LDAPS, SASL bind and reentrant libldap_r.
# This needs recent OpenLDAP built with
# ./configure --with-cyrus-sasl --with-tls
libs = ldap_r lber sasl2 ssl crypto

# Installation options
[install]
compile = 1
optimize = 1

# Linux distributors/packagers should adjust these settings
[bdist_rpm]
provides = python-ldap
requires = python libldap.so.2
# distribution_name = 
release = 0
packager = Michael Stroeder <michael@stroeder.com>
doc_files = CHANGES README INSTALL TODO Demo/
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