> There was a conscious decision in 7.3 to require only 7.3 clients when
> using SSL. I don't remember how many people were involved in that
> discussion, but I know it was made. In fact, there was so much new SSL
> code in 7.3, I suspected we couldn't even make it work with pre-7.2
> clients. I am surprised it works with your small change.
Fair enough. Let me test the other patch with TLSv1 to make sure it
> On the issue of checking if SSL_read() has returned -1, is that
> OpenSSL coding practice that even if SSL_get_error() returns an error,
> you have to check the SSL_read() return value too?
From looking at the SSL_get_error man page I think you only need to do
it in the case of SSL_ERROR_SYSCALL.
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