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Date 2014-06-08.19:02:57
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The only reason to do it is to help out those who build from source, which I suspect is an incredibly small group on Windows. We'd also be signing up to keep doing it, and implying that it's been tested.

I say don't bother.
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From: Zachary Ware<mailto:report@bugs.python.org>
Sent: ‎6/‎8/‎2014 11:57
To: Steve Dower<mailto:Steve.Dower@microsoft.com>
Subject: [issue21671] CVE-2014-0224: OpenSSL upgrade to 1.0.1h on Windows required

Zachary Ware added the comment:

So installers are out for 3.1-3.3; should we still update the externals script and pyproject properties for those branches anyway?  If not, this issue should be ready to close.

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