Python does not play well with others

Paul Rubin http
Thu Jan 25 22:04:45 CET 2007


John Nagle <nagle at animats.com> writes:
>     That's the problem.  We now have four SSL implementations for
> Python, none of which let you do all the things OpenSSL can do.

I'm aware of some OpenSSL wrappers plus TLSlite.  Am I missing a
couple more?  I guess maybe the OpenSSL wrappers also work on GnuTLS.

>     Can you build the built-in SSL package without building all of
> Python?  

I thought there was no built-in SSL package-- it just calls OpenSSL.



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