Another renegotiation patch
thoger at redhat.com
Thu Mar 4 14:05:57 CET 2010
On Wed, 03 Mar 2010 11:52:33 +0100 Nikos Mavrogiannopoulos wrote:
> You are right here, on the warning alert. I've committed a fix on
Ok, thank you!
> > May I ask why? The current default is to be strict on client side
> > regardless of the interoprability issues with unupgraded servers.
> > Why should the default change in the future to the less strict one,
> > even though fewer servers are expected to require it at that time?
> I must have been misunderstood. The strict default on the client will
> stay as is in the future. The server behavior that is permissive to
> old clients might change in the future.
My misunderstanding apparently, sorry. But my previous point should
still be valid: as %INITIAL_SAFE_RENEGOTIATION has no impact on client,
it probably should/does not be documented in gnutls-cli manpage, or be
documented as 'default' that can not be overriden.
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