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Author pitrou
Recipients alex, christian.heimes, dstufft, ethan.furman, giampaolo.rodola, janssen, pitrou
Date 2014-04-18.18:41:06
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Ok, it came to me that converting to one of the PROTOCOL* constants can fail in the following case: Python is linked with an OpenSSL that supports a more recent protocol version than the ssl module is aware of. SSL_get_version() can then return a protocol (e.g. "TLSv1.3") that we don't know about, and have no way of converting to an existing constant.

So perhaps we should really simply return the same string as OpenSSL?
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