[issue1251] ssl module doesn't support non-blocking handshakes
Jesús Cea Avión
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Fri May 16 00:56:08 CEST 2008
Jesús Cea Avión <jcea at jcea.es> added the comment:
I'm hitting this issue aswell. How is going?.
I'm creating a socket with a, let say, 5 seconds timeout. The timeout
works fine before the "wrap_socket()", and after it. But the timeout
doesn't work WHILE in the "wrap_socket()" method call.
What can I do?.
If I need to call "do_handshake()" myself, working with
SSL_ERROR_WANT_READ/WRITE, I think this *needs* to be documented somewhere.
That is, any difference between "normal" sockets and "ssl" sockets need
to be documented in docs. Explicitly.
My opinion, of course :).
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