Created by James Westby on 2009-11-23 and last modified on 2013-05-12
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18. By Arthur de Jong on 2013-05-12

* fix FTBFS on kFreeBSD (see #690319)
* debian/nslcd.config: handle options that are specified multiple times
  in nslcd.conf consistently (closes: #700971)

17. By Arthur de Jong on 2012-09-21

* support larger gecos values (closes: #640781) (backported from 0.7.17)
* fix two possible NULL pointer dereferences (backported from 0.7.17)
* increase buffer used for pam_authz_search as suggested by Chris J Arges
  (backported from 0.7.16)
* fix logging of invalid pam_authz_search value (LP: #951343) (backported
  from 0.7.16)
* implement proper range checking of numeric values returned from LDAP
  (thanks Jakub Hrozek) (backported from 0.7.16)

16. By Arthur de Jong on 2012-01-20

* fix an issue where changes in /etc/nsswitch.conf were not correctly
  picked up and could lead to lookups being disabled on upgrade
  (closes: #645599)
* fix an issue with detecting the uid of the calling process
* fix a problem in the disconnect logic code

15. By Arthur de Jong on 2011-10-02

in debconf, treat the "hard" value for tls_reqcert as if it was "demand"
(closes: #642347)

14. By Arthur de Jong on 2010-12-11

* fix handling of idle_timelimit option
* fix error code for problem while doing password modification

13. By Arthur de Jong on 2010-10-29

set a short socket timeout when shutting down the connection to the LDAP
server to avoid disconnect problems when using TLS
(addresses part of #596983)

12. By Arthur de Jong on 2010-10-15

* updated Vietnamese debconf translation by Clytie Siddall (closes: #598500)
* grow the buffer for the PAM ruser to not reject logins for users with
  a ruser including a domain part (closes: #600065)

11. By Arthur de Jong on 2010-09-24

handle errors from ldap_result() better and disconnect (and reconnect)
in more cases (closes: #596983)

10. By Arthur de Jong on 2010-08-28

* fix for --with-nss-ldap-soname configure option by Julien Cristau
* fix double "be" in English template thanks to Christian Perrier
  (closes: #593646)
* updated Czech debconf translation by Miroslav Kure (closes: #593510)
* updated Simplified Chinese debconf translation by zym
* updated Italian debconf translation by Vincenzo Campanella
* updated Japanese debconf translation by Kenshi Muto (closes: #593692)
* updated Danish debconf translation by Joe Hansen (closes: #594205)
* updated French debconf translation by Christian Perrier (closes: #594311)
* updated German debconf translation by Chris Leick (closes: #594456)
* updated Catalan debconf translation by Agusti Grau
* updated Swedish debconf translation by Martin Ågren (closes: #594679)
* updated Spanish debconf translation by Francisco Javier Cuadrado
  (closes: #594723)

9. By Arthur de Jong on 2010-08-18

* minor portability improvements and clean-ups (thanks Alexander V.
  Chernikov and Ted C. Cheng)
* don't expand variables in rest of ${var:-rest} and ${var:+rest}
  expressions if it is not needed (closes: #592320)
* libpam-ldapd.postinst: offer to add ldap to shadow in nsswitch.conf if
  a potential broken configuration is found (closes: #592104)
  (thanks to Justin B Rye for the template review)
* merge the suggests of libnss-ldapd and libpam-ldapd into those of the
  nslcd package to have a single consistent list of PAM alternatives
  (closes: #591773)
* add libpam-sss as an alternative to libpam-ldapd (closes: #591773)
* upgrade to standards-version 3.9.1 (no changes needed)
* updated Portuguese debconf translation by Américo Monteir
  (closes: #593404)
* updated Russian debconf translation by Yuri Kozlov (closes: #593491)
* added Norwegian Bokmål debconf translation by Bjørn Steensrud
  (closes: #593501)

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