RT#77180 use "sslv23" instead of "sslv2/3" for sslversion #7

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marschap commented May 17, 2012

IO::Socket::SSL's maintainer wants to migrate away from the value "sslv2/3"
for IO::Socket::SSL parameter SSL_version, which is where sslversion ends.

Adapt documentation and code to the value "sslv23", which is accepted in
IO::Socket::SSL since version 0.90 released in 2002.

For compatibility purposes still acept "sslv2/3", but convert it to "sslv23".

RT#77180 use "sslv23" instead of "sslv2/3" for sslversion
IO::Socket::SSL's maintainer wants to migrate away from the value "sslv2/3"
for IO::Socket::SSL parameter SSL_version, which is where sslversion ends.

Adapt documentation and code to the value "sslv23", which is accepted in
IO::Socket::SSL since version 0.90 released in 2002.

For compatibility purposes still acept "sslv2/3", but convert it to "sslv23".

marschap added a commit that referenced this pull request May 17, 2012

Merge pull request #7 from marschap/next
RT#77180 use "sslv23" instead of "sslv2/3" for sslversion

@marschap marschap merged commit a1155cd into perl-ldap:next May 17, 2012

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