[docs] [issue24372] Documentation for ssl.wrap_socket's ssl_version parameter is odd
Eric V. Smith
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Wed Jun 3 15:48:18 CEST 2015
Eric V. Smith added the comment:
It occurs to me that None would also be a fine default, and probably the smarter choice.
Then wrap_socket could say:
if ssl_version is None:
ssl_version = PROTOCOL_SSLv23
And we could change the default as needed, without being held to the actual value. And wrapper code, like mine, would declare a default of None and things would continue to work across versions.
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