<br>I'm trying to merge the trunk into the py3k branch (so I can work on removing simple slices), but the SSL changes in the trunk are in the way. That is to say, the new 'ssl' module depends on the Python 2.x layout in the 'socket' module. Specifically, that
socket.socket is a wrapper class around _socket.socket, so it can subclass that and still pass a socket as a separate argument to __init__. Unfortunately, in Python 3.0, socket.socket is a subclass of _socket.socket, so that trick won't work. And there isn't really a way to fake it, either, except by making
ssl.sslsocket *not* subclass socket.socket.<br><br>I'm going to check in this merge despite of the extra breakage, but it would be good if someone could either fix the py3k branch proper (I don't see how), or change the trunk strategy to be more forward-compatible.
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