|Subject:||accept() doesn't pass errors to SSL_error_trap|
|Date:||Thu, 10 Aug 2006 17:02:58 +0200|
|To:||bug-IO-Socket-SSL [...] rt.cpan.org|
|From:||Matej Vela <vela [...] debian.org>|
Hi, With IO::Socket::SSL 0.99 and later, the SSL_error_trap subroutine will always receive an undefined error if accept() fails. The problem is that accept_SSL() sets the error on the listening socket, but calls fatal_ssl_error() on the accepted one. This causes a test failure for HTTP::Daemon::SSL. The following patch sets the error on the accepted socket, as was the case in 0.96. (Note that HTTP::Daemon::SSL also assumes opened() is true even though accept() failed, so it needs an additional one-line patch in order to work with IO::Socket:SSL 0.991 and later.) Thanks, Matej
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