Author pitrou
Recipients pitrou, ronaldoussoren
Date 2012-08-21.00:57:08
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> The failure seems to occur because the test assumes that the OpenSSL
> library either won't load a CA list at all when ca_cert is not
> specified, or that the default CA list doesn't contain the cacert.org one.

Well, OpenSSL should not implicitly load a CA list when not asked to.
If it does, it means Apple hacked their OpenSSL copy.
(I am further surprised that Apple includes cacert by default in the trusted certificates, while mainstream browsers like Firefox don't)
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