managing passwd, group and shadow under /etc, /usr/lib/extrausers, etc.
the standard library pwd, grp and spwd are hard wired to use /etc/passwd, /etc/group and /etc/shadow respectively.
That makes them useless for managing these files when they reside somewhere else, which is e.g. the case when using libnss.
This library reimplements the functionality by creating three classes that default to opening the files under /etc, but which can be given explicit paths.
The original module level routines are now methods on the instances that return named tuples with the fieldnames being the same as those from the stdlib modules.
This library uses the new (corrected) names for the fields. In particular sp_namep and sp_pwdp as used in Python 3 instead of the versions without trailing p from 2.7
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