On 14 apr 2009, at 04.33, Bruce Momjian <bruce(at)momjian(dot)us> wrote:
> Magnus Hagander wrote:
>>> I would actually call the two parameters 'verify-cert' and 'verify-
>>> and document that they also have "require" behavior. Obviously you
>>> can't verify certificates unless you require SSL.
>> I would prefer having "verify", "verify-no-cn" and "no-verify" or
>> something like that. Making it the "default choice" to have
>> enabled, and very clear that you're turning something off if you're
>> And then just map require to verify. Or they could be "require-no-cn"
>> and "require-no-cert" perhaps?
>> ("default choice" only for those using ssl of course - we'd still
>> "disable" as the default *value* of the parameter)
> I think the "no" options are odd because they have _negative_
That's the intention. When you're turning off something, I think it
makes sense to use "no"....
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