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Author pitrou
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Date 2017-12-01.09:40:50
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Is it possible to have a single C function that loads the certificates
from memory, or would that make the file-loading case less secure?

Le 01/12/2017 à 10:25, Christian Heimes a écrit :
> Christian Heimes <> added the comment:
> Correct, PEP 543 won't land in Python 3.7 because neither me nor Cory have the resources to land it. However I want all changes and new additions to the SSL module to follow PEP 543 so I can provide a PEP 543-compatible interface in the near future (3.8 or 3.9). We need a proper certificate class anyway to address other issues and feature requests. I don't want to have three ways to load certificates, especially when it involves more C code.
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