Compiling python without ssl?

Discussion in 'Python' started by Austin Bingham, Apr 1, 2011.

  1. Is there any way to compile python (3.1.3, in case it matters) without
    ssl support? OpenSSL is on my system, and configure finds it, but I
    can't find a way to tell configure to explicitly ignore it.

    I need a version of python without ssl for trade compliance reasons (I
    don't make the dumb rules, I just follow 'em), and we used to be able
    to just remove the ssl module after the build. With more recent
    releases, though, this approach causes problems with e.g. hashlib.

    Ideally I'd like something like "configure --disable-ssl", but I can
    also do surgery on configure or something if that's what it takes.
    Thanks in advance!

    Austin
     
    Austin Bingham, Apr 1, 2011
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