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pyOpenSSL in python 3 #1399

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bb-migration opened this Issue Jan 5, 2016 · 6 comments

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bb-migration commented Jan 5, 2016

Originally reported by: Red_M (Bitbucket: Red_M, GitHub: Unknown)


Support for this would be great as people moving to python 3 from python 2 should be able to keep all of their SSL code from 2.


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Red-M May 12, 2016

still nothing on this?

Red-M commented May 12, 2016

still nothing on this?

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Red-M Aug 3, 2016

So I noticed that you guys changed how wsgiserver was being called for py2 and py3.
Can I get any idea if this is going to be added?
I've tried compatibility shims for this in py3 however I have been unsuccessful.
If I've submitted this in the wrong format, can you please let me know?

Just being left with zero response for months on end is a little unsettling even more so with py2 being sunset soon.

Red-M commented Aug 3, 2016

So I noticed that you guys changed how wsgiserver was being called for py2 and py3.
Can I get any idea if this is going to be added?
I've tried compatibility shims for this in py3 however I have been unsuccessful.
If I've submitted this in the wrong format, can you please let me know?

Just being left with zero response for months on end is a little unsettling even more so with py2 being sunset soon.

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Hi Red-M. Sorry, no still nothing. If you'd like to put together a patch to make pyOpenSSL work on Python 3, that would be great.

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jaraco commented Aug 4, 2016

Hi Red-M. Sorry, no still nothing. If you'd like to put together a patch to make pyOpenSSL work on Python 3, that would be great.

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Red-M Aug 13, 2016

I'll try to write some patches for this as this affects some of my own projects and affects my production.

Red-M commented Aug 13, 2016

I'll try to write some patches for this as this affects some of my own projects and affects my production.

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One thing I notice is that the pyopenssl support relies on the fact that the makefile is a class that can be subclassed, but on Python 3, that functionality is provided as a factory function and not a class that can be subclassed, so that's something that'll be a major impediment to this effort.

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jaraco commented Jan 9, 2017

One thing I notice is that the pyopenssl support relies on the fact that the makefile is a class that can be subclassed, but on Python 3, that functionality is provided as a factory function and not a class that can be subclassed, so that's something that'll be a major impediment to this effort.

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