[Twisted-Python] strports.service, ssl and forcing client certs
p.mayers at imperial.ac.uk
Thu Aug 31 04:32:03 EDT 2006
Jean-Paul Calderone wrote:
> No: use strports when you want to present strings of this form as a
> user-interface element, not otherwise.
Ok, but interesting. Why not otherwise? Do they have something bad about
> To programatically configure an SSL server which requires a client
> use something like this:
> from twisted.internet import ssl, reactor
> reactor.listenSSL(4443, f, ssl.CertificateOptions())
This is in a .tac file but I get the idea.
> Unlike the older ContextFactory classes, CertificateOptions has somewhat
> more modern requirements not dictated by HTTP. Specifically, the method
> is TLSv1 and certificates are required.
>>> import twisted
>>> import twisted.internet.ssl
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "<stdin>", line 1, in ?
NameError: name 'ssl' is not defined
When was that added?
The only reason I was using strports was that the ContextFactory thing
was a royal pain to do even the most basic SSL setup (like e.g. a server
cert and key...). I'd be glad to ditch it.
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