Author Lukasa
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Date 2017-03-10.10:43:45
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I updated the test script to try with a file-descriptor set and OpenSSL returns TLSv1.2 for that one as well. This strongly suggests that OpenSSL's SSL_get_version documentation is somewhat misleading, and that an SSL object will return a version even when it's not connected.

If Python wants to consider this a bug, it will need to track connections state for the SSLObject like it does for the SSLSocket. Otherwise, Python can redocument version for SSLObject to say that it will always return a value.
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