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Author christian.heimes
Recipients bmwiedemann, christian.heimes, vstinner
Date 2017-05-05.16:08:52
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If import of hashlib is slowed down by OpenSSL, then import of ssl module will be even slower.

Am 5. Mai 2017 17:57:41 MESZ schrieb "Bernhard M. Wiedemann" <>:
>Bernhard M. Wiedemann added the comment:
>This might work in some places, but if you look at real-world users
>> from hashlib import md5, sha1, sha256
>> from hashlib import sha1
>It would probably not need any openssl at all, but still gets the full
>penalty time from the import.
>So you get all or nothing.
>It would be nice to just get access to those few hashes you need for
>your protocal (because you certainly do not want to reimplement it).
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