Changeset 6e41fcb in mod_gnutls


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Timestamp:
Feb 3, 2020, 2:37:17 AM (5 months ago)
Author:
Fiona Klute <fiona.klute@…>
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master, proxy-ticket
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c4a6889
Message:

Release version 0.10.0

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  • CHANGELOG

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    1 ** Version 0.10.0 (UNRELEASED)
    2 
    3 - Support for stapling multiple OCSP responses (TLS 1.3
     1** Version 0.10.0 (2020-02-03)
     2
     3- Added support for stapling multiple OCSP responses (TLS 1.3
    44  only). mod_gnutls will staple for as many consecutive certificates
    55  in the certificate chain as possible.
    66
    7 - Support for TLS 1.3 post-handshake authentication, used if TLS
     7- Added support for TLS 1.3 post-handshake authentication, used if TLS
    88  client authentication is required only for some resources on the
    9   server. Rehandshake (for older TLS versions) is not supported.
     9  server. Rehandshake (for older TLS versions) is not supported, the
     10  existing but broken code has been removed.
    1011
    1112- The test infrastructure has been mostly rewritten in Python, note
    12   the new dependencies (Python 3, Pyyaml).
     13  the new dependencies (Python 3, Pyyaml). Tests can run multiple TLS
     14  connections and HTTP(S) requests as well as custom hooks now, see
     15  test/README.md for details.
    1316
    1417- Server certificates are checked for the must-staple TLS feature
     
    1619
    1720- Compatibility fix for GnuTLS 3.6.11 in the test suite: Handle
    18   certificate type in TLS session information strings.
     21  peer certificate type in TLS session information strings.
     22
     23- The test system will automatically detect if it needs to load
     24  critical modules (e.g. mod_logio) that are built-in with the Debian
     25  packages. This makes the tests work on Fedora without modifications,
     26  and likely on similar distributions too.
    1927
    2028- Tests can optionally run with Valgrind for the primary HTTPD
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