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Restore #bind_ssl as deprecated api #6551

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bcardiff commented Aug 16, 2018

Restores HTTP::Server#bind_ssl removed by #6533 so the current master can be used to ship 0.26.1 without breaking changes.

HTTP::Server#bind_ssl can be removed in 0.27

@bcardiff bcardiff added this to the Next milestone Aug 16, 2018

@@ -258,6 +258,11 @@ class HTTP::Server
def bind_tls(address : Socket::IPAddress, context : OpenSSL::SSL::Context::Server) : Socket::IPAddress
bind_tls(address.address, address.port, context)
# DEPRECATED: Use `#bind_tls`.

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RX14 Aug 17, 2018


Please add an explicit TODO: remove in 0.27.0 or similar

we should probably eventually settle on a TODO(0.27.0) style with a grep -R "TODO($(crystal -v))" src spec to fail the build. when you upgrade the compiler.

Which also reminds me that there should be a crystal -v which is machine-readable not human-readable....

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RX14 approved these changes Aug 19, 2018

@RX14 RX14 merged commit 202e5ac into crystal-lang:master Aug 19, 2018

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omarroth added a commit to omarroth/crystal that referenced this pull request Nov 5, 2018

Restore #bind_ssl as deprecated api (crystal-lang#6551)
* Restore #bind_ssl as deprecated api

* Add TODO remove note
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