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Author christian.heimes
Recipients alex, christian.heimes, dstufft, janssen, njs
Date 2019-06-01.07:44:03
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+1 for the idea

Yes, for simple flags and settings, an attribute on the SSLContext is prefer. The SSLContext object is the configuration space for its connections. I would prefer to keep the setting only on the context and not clutter SSLSocket and SSLObject with additional attributes. PR 13719 goes one step further and restricts the setter to a PROTOCOL_TLS_SERVER, too.

Let's look in the callback another time. I won't be able to come up with a wrapper for that in the next three days.
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