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Use tls.el instead of ssl.el for HTTPS?

From: T. V. Raman
Subject: Use tls.el instead of ssl.el for HTTPS?
Date: Fri, 20 Oct 2006 10:13:53 -0700

I believe this is legacy and dates back to the time before tls.el
even existed. I think we should have w3 use tls.el consistently.

>>>>> "Magnus" == Magnus Henoch <address@hidden> writes:
    Magnus> The HTTPS code in url-http.el currently looks like
    Magnus> this: (let ((url-gateway-method (condition-case ()
    Magnus> (require 'ssl) (error 'tls)))) ...  )
    Magnus> That is, it uses ssl.el if it is available, and
    Magnus> otherwise uses tls.el (which is the only one included
    Magnus> with Emacs).  Is there any reason to not always use
    Magnus> tls.el?
    Magnus> Magnus
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