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Author janssen
Recipients ahasenack, gvanrossum, jafo, janssen, loewis
Date 2008-03-18.16:53:02
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Looking at this patch, I definitely agree with the need for
documentation.    And a test case which uses the SafeTransport class. 
But the patch itself also needs a bit more work.  (It uses httplib.HTTPS
underneath, and that needs more work, too.)  At a minimum, the caller
should be able to optionally specify somehow, either as a contructor
arg, or otherwise (a module-global variable, perhaps), a set of
certificate-authority root certs, which, if specified, would cause
client-side validation of the server's certificate.  I think this should
be added as an optional constructor arg to the HTTPS class.
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2009-03-09 14:29:46georg.brandlsetspambayes_score: 0.701586 -> 0.0
2008-03-18 16:53:03janssensetspambayes_score: 0.701586 -> 0.701586
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2008-03-18 16:53:03janssensetspambayes_score: 0.701586 -> 0.701586
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