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Author lemburg
Recipients EWDurbin, alex, benjamin.peterson, georg.brandl, koobs, larry, lemburg, martin.panter, python-dev, skrah, yan12125
Date 2016-01-04.10:32:06
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On 04.01.2016 08:43, Martin Panter wrote:
> In the meantime, this patch changes the tests to use the new DST root certificate. This seems to be the minimum to make the tests pass again, but someone else should probably review it because I’m not too experienced with SSL certificate stuff.

Thanks. I still think that we should use a more stable
resource for this other than, e.g. the setup which was created specifically
for stdlib tests and which can more easily be adapted to
fit the needs of the tests than a public resource which is meant
for other purposes.

The local server idea may also work, but would have to run on
a non-privileged port.
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