[Python-Dev] Other SSL issues in the tracker have been marked
Gregory P. Smith
greg at krypto.org
Mon Aug 27 18:09:18 CEST 2007
nope, not on many package based distributions. libssl0.9.8, libssl-dev and
openssl are all separate packages (with appropriate dependencies).
/usr/bin/openssl comes from the openssl package.
Regardless, building a fixed test certificate and checking it in sounds like
the better option. Then the openssl command in the test code can be turned
into a comment describing how the test data was pregenerated.
On 8/27/07, Bill Janssen <janssen at parc.com> wrote:
> > apt-get install openssl will fix that on those systems. on windows
> > unlikely to ever have an openssl binary present and available to
> Well, if you have OpenSSL in the first place, you'll have the binary,
> won't you? But I agree it's unlikely to be on your path. As for Ubuntu
> and Debian, I checked the packaging, and they both put the "openssl"
> in /usr/bin, so it's unlikely to be a path problem.
> We could just build a fixed certificate and check it in, as the
> test does. That way we wouldn't have to futz with trying to run openssl.
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