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Author janssen
Recipients janssen
Date 2007-08-30.21:46:15
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It seems like a bad idea to have ssl.sslsocket(socket) suddenly become 
ssl.SSLSocket(fileno) in 2.3.  Since no user code is currently using the 
ssl module, it would be a good idea to change it upfront (if possible) 
so that code written against 2.6's version of the ssl module doesn't 
break gratuitously in 3.x.

Would suggest changing the class name now, not documenting the 
initializer, and adding a function (say, "wrap_socket") which takes a 
socket and the other init arguments to the current ssl.sslsocket(), 
which would continue to work the same way in 3.x.
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