[Twisted-Python] TLS broken with twisted.words.protocols.jabber

glyph at divmod.com glyph at divmod.com
Sat Nov 22 22:25:37 EST 2008

On 22 Nov, 09:05 am, mithrandi at mithrandi.net wrote:
>* glyph at divmod.com <glyph at divmod.com> [2008-11-22 02:57:41 -0000]:
>>In other words, this really has nothing to do with Twisted, and
>>everything to do with the fact that Debian should not be screwing 
>>with OpenSSL.  Have they already forgotten what happened last time?
>Isn't this an upstream change?

Hrm.  I gleaned this from looking at some diffs to makefiles that were 
added to the debian package.  My understanding was that the feature was 
disabled by default, though.  Hardy, for example, already has a 'g' 
version of openssl as well, and the feature is not enabled there.

My understanding is that upstream added the feature, but left it 
disabled by default, then debian turned it on in their build 
>>      This work was sponsored by Google.
>>      [Steve Henson]

That particular line was a little funny though.
>I'll admit to lack of familiarity with OpenSSL, and this functionality
>in particular, so maybe I'm just confused.

Equally possible that I'm confused, though.  I'm not 100% sure where the 
makefile that I'm loooking at diffs to came from.

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