GQ LDAP client 1.1.1 (unstable)
Posted on: 09/03/2006 08:39 AM

GQ LDAP client 1.1.1 (unstable) has been released

GQ is a GTK based LDAP client.

Features include:
* LDAP browser
* LDAP V3 Schema browser
* Template builder
* Export subtree or whole server to LDIF
* Use any number of servers
* Search based on single argument or LDAP filter
* Edit and delete entries
* Add entries using an existing entry, or based on your own template
* Supports LDAP syntaxes and special attributes by presenting them in a custom way. Currently there are custom "displaytypes" for jpegPhoto, userPassword and X509 certificates and CRLs.

GQ 1.1.1
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GQ 1.1.1 is the unstable result of the latest development. It's supposed to result in a stable release in September. Changes since 1.1.0:

New features for the end user
* support password hashing even without libcrypto (using libgcrypt now)
* fixed the menu item to actually appear in the GNOME menu
* time selection works with negative time zone offsets (bug 1548780)
* GQ doesn't use GCRYPT_LIBS as it should (bug 1551071) Improvements to internal structures
* removed lots of dead code
* moved more code into the generic tree interface
* removed all custom type implementations, use GObject

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