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Remove cryptography, pyopenssl and idna from requirements #8075

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@czoido czoido commented Nov 18, 2020

Changelog: Fix: Remove cryptography, pyopenssl and idna from OSX requirements in Python.
Docs: omit

Closes: #8061
Close: #7286

As summarised in this comment, looks like it would be safe to remove these 3 Python dependencies:

The only cases that might fail is for Python<2.7.9 and a very old openssl version in the host platform. In that case this could be solved by doing python -m pip install pyopenssl cryptography idna so it looks relatively safe to remove this dependencies.

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@czoido czoido added this to the 1.32 milestone Nov 18, 2020
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