A pythonic LDAP to Python object mapper
LDAPom is a pythonic LDAP to Python object mapper. It should work with Python 2.7 and all versions of Python 3.
Because LDAPom uses a real LDAP server for testing, OpenLDAP is required to be installed (i.e. slapd and slapadd have to be in $PATH).
# Install development dependencies pip install -r dev-requirements.txt # Run the tests python tests.py
## A note about Unicode strings in Python 2
LDAPom is source-code compatible with both Python 2 and Python 3. However, LDAPom expects unicode strings to be passed to it whenever a string is required.
For Python 2, this means that you should use the unicode type for str-type arguments and the str/bytes type for bytes-type arguments.
In Python 3, everything is exactly as you would expect. str for strings, bytes for binary data. Simple, really.
LDAPom is licensed under the MIT license. For more information, see the COPYING file.
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