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Author martin.panter
Recipients EWDurbin, alex, benjamin.peterson, georg.brandl, jmadden, koobs, larry, lemburg, martin.panter, python-dev, skrah, vincent-legoll, yan12125
Date 2016-01-06.07:21:24
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After looking into the unwrap() problem more, I think I understand the problem, and believe making the server call unwrap() is the correct way forward. SSL_ERROR_SYSCALL is Open SSL’s way of saying the connection was shut down insecurely (among other things). So I propose local-server.v2.patch which passes all the tests without hanging.

I am inclined to commit my first patch soon, which is fairly simple and should make the buildbots happy. Then people can have a chance to review the second (now third) patch, which is more involved.

Does the problem really need to be fixed in the 3.2 branch, or is 3.5+ and 2.7 good enough?
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2016-01-06 07:21:26martin.pantersetrecipients: + martin.panter, lemburg, georg.brandl, larry, benjamin.peterson, alex, skrah, python-dev, koobs, jmadden, yan12125, vincent-legoll, EWDurbin
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