Author ncoghlan
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Date 2013-12-21.15:31:01
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OK, since pip 1.5 will still have the SSL/TLS dependency, the approach I'll go with for 3.4 is to:

1. Have ensurepip refuse to bootstrap pip if the ssl module is not available (noting that we'll remove that restriction if pip 1.6 avoids the strict dependency)
2. Use import_fresh_module to check that behaviour
3. Ensure venv skips trying to bootstrap pip if the ssl module is not available (although the subprocess invocation in the venv tests could make that tricky to test when the ssl module actually *is* available)
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