Re: [Samba] Help Python API Samba4 -- Project Web Admin Manager Samba4
- Date: Mon, 18 Jun 2018 11:58:45 +0100
- From: Rowland Penny via samba <samba@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Samba] Help Python API Samba4 -- Project Web Admin Manager Samba4
On Mon, 18 Jun 2018 07:13:01 -0300
Nilton OS <jniltinho@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi Rowland,
> I think I know what the problem is, but I can not even try to try
> and fix it, because 'go_samba4' is a binary BLOB.
> *Right, I created this package with Pyinstaller so the user does not
> need to install any python lib for the application to work, but you
> can fix it directly on github.*
BAD IDEA, just tell people what to install.
> I am sorry, but I can not recommend any opensource project if it
> relies on a binary BLOB, especially one that is 30.2 MB in size.
> *At that point I needed to deliver something functional, I'm starting
> development, this will change throughout the project.*
Yes, I understand this, but better to start right in the first
If people cannot read your code, they cannot point out errors or
supply better ways of doing things, it falls on you and that way
usually leads to failure.
> I still think 'go-samba4' is a very poor name, especially as it
> does not seem to be written in 'go' any more, also what are you going
> to of when Samba hits version 5?
> *The goal of the project is that it is easy to install for the end
> user, no matter if it is developed in Golang or Pyton, I will soon
> change it to Golang, but first I need to create the Python API in
> JSON to interact with the libs of Samba.*
I wouldn't bother with 'go', I would stick with python, it must be
easier to link your python to our python in the 'samba' libs.
> You could test again, as I made some changes to calls to the Samba
> libs, this should correct this error.
Unless you can provide me with python code for the 'go_samba4' blob, I
do not think I will bother, I like to see the code I am running, even
if I don't fully understand it ;-)
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