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Author ncoghlan
Recipients Andrew.Grover, baikie, brian, exarkun, giampaolo.rodola, jackdied, ncoghlan, neologix, pitrou, python-dev, rosslagerwall, synapse, therve, vstinner, wiml
Date 2011-08-23.04:21:34
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Attached patch (ssl_fixes_v1) makes the presence of the sendmsg/recvmsg methods in the ssl module conditional on their being present in the underlying socket module.

However, in doing this, I noticed that these methods will, at best, work during the time between connection and the socket going secure and were not added to the list of methods that the SSL is documented as exposing. Perhaps we should just ditch them entirely?
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